As of January 2018, new fishing regulations for recreationalists and tourists in Norwegian fjords and in the sea will enter into force. "The sea with its riches is a common property and it is important for us to cultivate this common property and preserve it for the future. Unfortunately, the fish stocks along the coast of Norway are under pressure. We are therefore compelled to work together to ensure that future generations will have the opportunity to practice fishing "- excerpt from the website of the Norwegian" Fiskeridirektorat "in Bergen. Borks Ferienhäuser GmbH as a tour operator considers this view to be sustainable and reasonable. An average fishing group consisting of 4 anglers can currently take 60 kg of pure fish fillet from Norway. 4 trophy fish are also allowed. This is not bad and according to our experience completely sufficient. Soon this amount will be reduced to 40 kg and the trophy fish will fall away. If, however, the fishing trip is under the auspices of a company registered in Norway, whose boats are registered in the Norwegian Seedling Company (redningsselskapet), a take-away of even 20 kg of pure fish fillet per person is legal. The "Borks Feriehus AS" is here to help. For orientation, all our partners in Norway are required to register the boats we provide to the guests in the sea rescue company. A number plate indicates this. In practice, the trophy fish were photographed only, then filleted and taken as a fillet. A 1.60 large leng does not fit into a fish crate. Please also have a look at the Video!