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Fish farming and processing on the Lofoten Islands
Cod fishing is a traditional practice in Lofoten, home to around 24,500 people and and an area where locals have been producing Stockfish for over 1000 years. Lofoten is where the World's largest and last cod stocks are found, in the Barent's Sea. Fishing is as strong an industry as tourism in this region.
Fishing boats in the harbour in Henningsvær, Lofoten
View over harbour in Henningsvær, Lofoten
Henningsvær, Lofoten
View over Skrova, Lofoten
Harbour view on Skrova, Lofoten
Maintenance of fishing nets, Lofoten
Maintenance of fishing nets, Lofoten
Maintenance of fishing nets, Lofoten
Maintenance of fishing nets, Lofoten
Small sized fishing boats, Lofoten
The Lofoten Wall
View over Skrova, Lofoten
Svolvær, Lofoten
View over Lofoten, Norway
Fishing boats in the harbour in Lofoten, Norway
Fishing boats in the harbour in Lofoten, Norway
Fishing boats and gulls in the harbour in Lofoten, Norway
Fishing boats in the harbour in Lofoten, Norway
Fishermen in Lofoten, Norway
Fishing nets
Traditional racks for the drying of cod (Gadus Morhua) in Lofoten, Norway
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