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Sea Fishing Norway

Sea fishing in Norway is proving to be more popular with anglers looking for the opportunity to catch those monster cold-water beasts. From when the Skrei Cod season starts in the cold Month of March to when the monstrous Halibut wake up and start feeding in the warmer weather, Norway is the place to be for a fishing adventure.

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Tour code: NOR004

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.

  Category: Sea Fishing
   Season: April to September

From: £1,417 per person including flights

Tour code: NOR008  

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.

  Category: Sea Fishing
   Season: April to September

From: £1,541 per person including flights

Tour code: NOR033

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.

  Category: Sea Fishing
   Season: March to October

From: £1,249 per person including flights

Tour code: NOR024

This absolutely stunning fishing camp on the Island of Senja Northern Norway has something for every traveller. The fishing around this location in Norway benefits from a huge run of Skrei Cod early season then the Skrei Cod give way to huge shoals of Coalfish that push in the fjords searching out bait shoals to feed on.

   Season: March to October

Book this standard trip and receive 3 FREE extra Days

Tour code: NOR025

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.

   Season: April to September

From: £1,388 per person including flights


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Norway is a Scandinavian country that pushes out into the North Sea. These fish-rich waters remain some of the best on the European coastline and put the UK fishing to shame. With the end of winter comes the Skrei cod migration, these big Cod move down from the Barents Sea to spawn in Norwegian waters. This provides some of the best Cod fishing you will find anywhere in the world

Sea fishing in Norway in the months of March and April is phenomenal for fishing enthusiasts. Moving into the spring months is when sea fishing in Norway for species becomes more feasible. This is because the water temperatures rise and the big Halibut, Plaice and Coalfish move in giving you the chance to catch a big leviathan of a fish. Our customers often report 30-50lb Cod.

Anglers flock to fishing locations such as Havoysund, the Lofoten Islands and Mefjord on the hunt for that big. These fishing trips offer both boat fishing and shore fishing. Shore fishing in Norway is so popular as it enables a shore angler to catch some amazing fish from some equally stunning marks.  

It is not only the sea fishing in Norway that attracts many anglers each year, the wildlife is amazing too. Whilst sea fishing in Norway you have the chance to come face to face with Humpback Whales, Orcas, Sea Eagles and Puffins to name but a few. This is what makes sea fishing in Norway such a must do for the UK sea angler. With such stunning scenery, amazing fishing and beautiful wildlife Norway really is an anglers paradise.