They say the most remote fishing is the best and they are not wrong. Especially when talking about Halibut fishing in Norway. Havoysund is the most northerly part of Norway you can reach and is the go-to place for anglers around the world. The seas around Havoysund are teeming with Norway’s prime species, put this with an outstanding camp and guides and you have the best fishing spots in Norway. This camp is world-renowned for its astounding Halibut fishing with plenty of monster fish being caught each year.
This Halibut fishing trip is situated at Havoysund in Norway. Havoysund is a small fishing village located on the island of Havøya with a population of around 1200. Despite its small size, it has all the local amenities you will require such as a small supermarket within a 5-minute walk of the camp and a restaurant a stone’s throw away from the cabins that serve up many dishes like burger and steak.
Once you land at the airport of Alta you will then be transferred by coach to the camp which takes you around 2.5 hours. You will be travelling through some of the most beautiful scenery in Norway which provides great photo opportunities. Getting you in the mind-set for the remarkable Halibut fishing to come.
The camp of Havoysund is world-famous for its summer Halibut fishing and Plaice fishing with some incredible monster fish being snared here each year. Your day will start off with breakfast in the restaurant and you will then make your way to your boat for the day ahead. The guides on the camp will be on hand in the mornings to offer advice on the best places for Halibut fishing or to target a particular species. They will also offer any advice on rigs and tactics. With such a wide variety of marks to fish, you will never run out of new places to head to in your search for that monster you crave.
When Halibut fishing you can either use shads or dead bait. Shading is done by lowering a lure down to a depth you wish to fish at and then by moving the rod in a motion that resembles an injured fish, you will entice predatory fish to strike at the lure. Dead baiting is carried out by using Halibut anti-twist leads and rigs which will enable the Halibut to hit the fish bait you are using, this is a very successful method accounting for many fish each year.
Halibut fishing isn’t all you’ll be doing. The Plaice fishing in Havoysund is fantastic with many big spotty flatfish being caught each year. The best method to catch these fish is by drifting baited hooks over the clean sandy ground. One of the best baits for the Plaice fishing is frozen prawn which can be purchased from the local supermarket.
At Havoysund we have 10 of the best fully equipped Halibut fishing boats. These boats have been carefully designed to be fast, reliable and stable in the roughest of conditions. They all come fitted with Suzuki 150hp 4 stroke engines which have been carefully picked for the reliability, how fuel efficient they are and how good the service is from Suzuki. All boats come with the most up to date Garmin fish finders, chart plotters and VHF radios. Each boat has the AIS system fitted so the guides at the cabins can constantly monitor where each boat is at any time during the fishing days.
Our full-time guides based at this destination have been fishing these waters for many years and will pass on the huge amount of knowledge and experience they have gained. These guides are on hand to offer any help with whatever questions you may have about Halibut fishing and the local area.
There is the opportunity to visit the restaurant over the road from the cabins where you will find a bar along with darts and a pool table. There is also the chance to hike into the surrounding area and sample the stunning local scenery.
If you have any questions on any of the Halibut fishing trips we offer then contact us in the office, our experienced team will be happy to help you with any queries you have. Additionally, you can request a free brochure. Alternatively, can see all our sea fishing holidays in Norway here.