Andöya is located in Northern Norway, this destination is surrounded by deep watermarks which are perfect for picking up different species such as Redfish, Ling and Halibut. Risoysundet is a camp that is renowned for its great fishing and anglers in the past have even headed offshore from here and targeted the monstrous Greenland Sharks that swim in these waters. Tackle is available for hire here which is of the highest quality. There are also two guides at all times who are happy to help with any questions you may have to ensure your fishing goes the best it possibly can.
This destination of Risöysundet is located on the south-east part of Andöya, the cabins are well protected from the wind and offer great possibilities for a big variety of both fishing areas and species to target. In Andfjorden, which is located to the east through the narrow strait of Risöyhamn there are numerous spots to target Redfish, Ling and other species that are normally caught in deep water. The structure in this area is very interesting with many peaks, plateaus and steep edges. The depth goes all the way down to 500 metres. Closer to the shore there are also many very interesting fishing areas for Cod (we have caught Cod to 53lb here during the summer) Coalfish and Halibut. Many large Halibut have been caught in this area ranging from 150-160 cm all the way up to 226 cm, which is a true trophy fish.
To the west of the camp is a mark called Gavlfjorden , here you will find many sandy banks, plateaus and channels which are ideal for catching Halibut, further out towards the open sea are many reefs, islands and peaks with close access to the deep edge outside where we had great fishing for Cod and Coalfish during our first try here.
Risoysundet is located in northern Norway and is an amazing venue due to the depths of water and the different species it holds. There are many areas to fish and you can often choose an area protected from the wind since we have the possibility to go both to the East and to the West. We caught more than 10 different kinds of species during our first 3 test days with great average size on both Cod and Coalfish.
These fish can all be caught using tried and tested methods like jigging with shads and using baited traces whilst drifting. On-site we have 4 of the very popular 23.5ft Aluminium Arronet boats which have been crafted with safety in mind. These boats have been built to take on many different sea conditions and are one of the best boats you will find in the whole of Norway. They are powered by Suzuki 150HP four-stroke engines which are highly fuel-efficient engines and will get you from A to B very quickly. Of course, these boats are also equipped with all of the very best electronic equipment to ensure your days fishing are the best they can be.
You will have access to a fully stocked tackle shop selling everything you will need from top-leading brands as Westin, Kenetics and Savage. There is a freezer and filleting room for when you wish to bring fish home and is also a great social area to brag to the other anglers about your catches. As with many of our other destinations, we will also supply a free to use car so you can go to the supermarket when you want to, this will be located at the front of the cabins and must be returned to the same area once used.
At the camp of Risoysundet you will have 2 guides on site at all times, these guides take it in turns to take customers out onto the water fishing with 1 staying on land at all times to help with anything that the customers may need. These guides have been working these waters for a long time and will have great knowledge of the fishing that is to be done here. if you have a specific species that you wish to target then let these guides know and they will advise the best they can to advise you on where to go and methods to use to catch it.
If you have any questions on our Norway sea fishing trips 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.
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