Everybody in the sea fishing world has heard of Sørøya in northern Norway and how it is home to the world record rod and reel caught Cod at 104LB, well we are extremely pleased to be able to offer, you the angler, the chance of fishing for these might Skrei Cod fishing in Sørøya northern Norway.
European fishing has an adventure for everyone. Whether you are looking for sea fishing, lure fishing, fly fishing or coarse fishing Europe has it all. It is home to some of the most breath taking fishing destinations on earth with some of the most incredible species. From the monstrous Marlin that inhabits the warmer waters around the Azores to the majestic Salmon that swim the fast-flowing rivers of Norway, fishing in Europe can offer the travelling angler some spectacular sport.
If you are serious about your sea fishing in Northern Norway you will of heard of Andöya, which is located in Northern Norway. This destination called Risöysundet is located on the south-east part of Andöya, in a strait called Risöysundet. The cabins are well protected from the wind and offer great possibilities for a big variety of both fishing areas and species to target.
We are extremely delighted to be able to offer you this camp on the stunning Islands of Lofoten, Norway. The seas around these Islands are very rich in nutrients thus meaning very rich in fish stocks. It is where the World record Coalfish was captured. So, with such excellent fishing, why not treat your self to the full board option.
We are extremely delighted to be able to offer you a hosted fishing trip to Å Norway which is on the stunning Islands of Lofoten. This trip will be hosted by one of our guides and he will be with you every step of the way helping you to get the most out of your sea fishing holiday.
They say the most remote fishing is the best! Well, they are not wrong. Havoysund is the most northerly part of Norway you can reach and is the go to place for and sea anglers. The sea around Havoysund is teeming with Norway’s prime species, put this with an outstanding camp and guides and you have the best fishing in Norway.
Madeira for many years has produced some of the worlds biggest Blue Marlin and back in 1995, 1996 and 1997 Madeira was the world cup winner. So, if you are a true specimen hunter, we can’t think of a better place to head to for a fish of a lifetime. Perfect for a family getaway with it only being a couple of hour’s flight.
A great fully hosted trip to the World famous Havoysund. Truly an outstanding place in Norway with it being the most northerly part of Norway you can get to, you will agree with us that the fishing is World class. It is mainly known for the outstanding Halibut fishing on offer and is ideal for single anglers wanting to experience Norway.
Welcome to Vesterålen located in the north of Norway surrounded by some of the most stunning landscape Norway has to offer. Known locally as the 'Kingdom of the Whales' it is home to a huge population of different species of Whales. This stunning Island is north of the world famous Lofoten Islands and the Arctic circle and benefits from the same amazing fishing opportunities.
The sea fishing in Europe is amazing as these nutrient-rich waters hold some brilliant fish. For the best Cod fishing head to Norway where the enormous Skrei Cod run at the beginning of the year with camps such as Soroya and Mefjord giving anglers the chance to catch a 100lb fish.
Once these Norwegian waters warm up other leviathan like creatures move in and you have the chance of catching a 200lb plus Halibut and a 35lb plus Coalfish along with some massive Plaice. Destinations such as Lofoten and Havoysund have proven to be big fish areas.
When it comes to Coarse fishing Europe can boast some very good quality angling. For the avid Carp angler looking to hunt a big chunk of a scaley beast, Hungary is the perfect destinations.
The lure fishing that Europe has to offer is also extremely good with countries such as Sweden holding vast amounts of very large Pike, Perch and of course Zander which we find hard to catch over here in the UK.
Fly fishing in Europe can be phenomenal with some of the famous rivers in Norway and Iceland all holding some extremely beautiful fish. These rivers, along with the still waters that surround them, are visited every year by anglers heading out to catch the majestic Salmon, hard fighting Trout or the pretty little Arctic Char.
One type of fishing that you may not think of when thinking of fishing in Europe is big game fishing but the big game fishing in Europe can prove to be very good. Destinations such as Madeira and the Azores give anglers the chance to battle with that magical Marlin over the 1000lb mark. You can also catch big Tuna, Dorado and many other big game species.