Official information for Åndalsnes and Romsdalen since 1930
Photo: Måna Camping, Måndalen
Photo: Måna Camping, Måndalen

Romsdalsfjorden is one of the cleanest and most species-rich fjords in Norway. 68 species have been recorded in the fjord, and the . Overall several hundred kilometers of coastline with many great fishing spots around Romsdalsfjord. The most common fish is the energetic fighting pollock. Fish weighing more than 10 kilos are not uncommon during the season. The fishermen can also enjoy the good catches of cod, mackerel, redfish, wolffish, tusk, halibut, monkfish, whiting, herring, flatfish, ling, hake and more.
The main part of the fjord stretches from Molde municipality in north to Åndalsnes and the fjords between the steep mountainsides. The second part, Langfjorden extends to Eresfjord and Eidsvåg. This area also has two popular fjords for fishing; Rødvenfjorden and Eresfjord.

Photo: Måna Camping, Måndalen
Photo: Måna Camping, Måndalen
Photo: Saltkjelsnes Camping
Photo: Saltkjelsnes Camping, Rødven

Where to stay?

We can reccommend some great places to stay that provides a great fishing atmosphere, so you can enjoy thrilling days in Romsdalen.

Some camp sites and holiday house owners have specialized their products and facilities to meet the fishermens requirements, to make sure they will have their best fishing experience here in Romsdalen. The camp sites offers high-standard accommodation, boats, berth, modern gutting shed, big freezers. Here is a list of the best places to stay for your fishing holiday by the Romsdalsfjord:

Måna Camping, Romsdalsfjorden
Måna Camping, Måndalen

Saltkjelsnes Camping, Rødven
Saltkjelsnes Camping, Rødven

Fagervik Camping, Romsdalsfjorden
Fagervik Camping, Romsdalsfjorden

Lensmannsgården, Innfjorden
Lensmannsgården, Innfjorden

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Fiskerhytta (Fishermen’s Cabin) Isfjorden

Mittet Camping, Langfjorden
Mittet Camping, Langfjorden