We are delighted to be able to offer yet another fantastic opportunity as a single angler or small group to join us on a fully hosted sea fishing adventure to this amazing destination located off Andöya which is located in Northern Norway. The huge advantage of joining tour hosted trips is to learn off your host who will have been fishing the sea off Norway for many years.
Plaice Sea Fishing Holidays
Plaice are a cold saltwater species, although they are usually small (growing to a maximum of three feet). They are aggressive little predators and will take most of the common sea fishing baits. Although not normally a species that anglers travel to just target, they are a welcome change and great species to catch on light tackle on many of our sea fishing destinations. Plaice are also considered to be great eating fish. So often on our Norway and Iceland fishing holidays catching a few Plaice are not far from our customer’s minds.
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.
Ever fancied going to Norway to do battle with some of the species that Norway is so famous for, but struggled to get a big enough group? Well, now is your chance to visit this stunning part of the World on your own. We will take care of putting a group together, leaving you only to worry about if you can handle some of these huge fish.
If you have been looking for a truly fish packed holiday in stunning surroundings, then simply look no further than the Lofoten Islands dubbed as the jewel of Norway. The area around the camp is famous for large Halibut and one only needs to travel a short distance to find some of the best grounds.