Norway Fishing Report well what a difference a day makes! We awoke today with strong winds, snow, mist, cold temperatures and a scruffy sea! It certainly didnt inspire everyone with confidence. The plan was to head to the shop, pick up some more supplies then see what the weather was doing…
I was one of the lucky one’s who managed to avoid going to the shop, and got a much needed lay in! I think I needed the sleep, my spelling and attention to detail on the blog hasn’t been up to scratch! 😉
Anyway when everyone arrived back from the shop we put the food and drink away and decided what to do… the general feeling was to wait, have some lunch and see how things were looking in an hour or two’s time. After some fantastic Sausage sandwiches! (cheers Rocky) and a few cups of tea, the plan was to head out around half four. (which I happy with, means i got to watch the grand national!) Out on the water at quarter to five, the weather and sea state had eased a little, but just to be on the safe side we opted to fish closer to the lodge, in some shallow bays again. Norway Fishing Report
To cut a long story short we fished for around three hours for little reward, we managed a few small Cod but nothing to write home about… As the snow fall turned into a blizzard we decided to head for home, the cracking Fajita’s which Paul had cooked up were too tempting.
Even though we struggled today, we all sit here with full stomachs, a few beers and spirits on the go tying a few rigs, happy and content! Knowing we can get up and do it all again tommorrow…
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Until next time, tight lines