Exclusive to Sportquest Holidays, we bring you a very sheltered and exciting fishing trip to Sandbakken Norway Lodge. It contains a lovely little nest of cabins in the fantastic destination of Sandbakken. Set on the edge of a stunning fjord that offers anglers the chance to do battle with some of Norway’s largest species. These include Coalfish, Halibut and Cod. Fishing at Sandbakken Norway is perfect for those that are not as confident about controlling a boat on Norway’s vast open seas. This destination is exceptionally weather-protected, which means when the winds are blowing on the open sea, you will still be able to get out and get some fishing done. Many little bays and fish-holding features close by will provide you with some fantastic fishing in North Norway. The fishery is incredibly excellent in April when the destination of Sandbakken gets a terrific run of big Coalfish.
Sandbakken Norway Lodge fishing resort has an idyllic location on the shores of the Solbergfjorden in Sorreisa beneath 1000m high mountains. Solbergfjorden, which is protected from the open sea by the Island of Senja, is one of Norway’s largest Islands and gives you a tremendous amount of protection from the open ocean. This North Norway fishing destination is also effortless to get to, with the airport’s transfer time being short and on main roads. The fjord is located directly outside the cabins, where you will mainly be fishing with depths from 5m – 150m. This part of the fjord gets a colossal run of Coalfish around April and can run into May. Once these Coalfish have dispersed, the Cod will start to feed, and each year there are Cod over 50lb caught. Head over to our YouTube channel to see what fishing in North Norway is all about.
Be prepared when fishing at Sandbakken Norway Lodge as this area is well known for its record size Coalfish, huge resident Cod, big shoals of Haddock, plenty of good-sized Halibut and the odd aggressive-looking Wolfish. The best time for the main run of Coalfish is April. Typically, this is when large shoals of hungry Coalfish turn up, and these ravenous fish are eager to smash shads and lures. This month, the average size is around 20lb, which is far greater than the rest of the year.
The cod fishing is good all year round as this is fjord fishing and the Cod you will be targeting are the resident Cod not migratory. When fishing at Sandbakken Lodge, we would suggest looking for fish-holding features such as pinnacles of around 60 – 90m with deep areas on either side; this is usually the right area for the Cod. All of your fishing will be done whilst drifting; the drift at this area when the wind is low is very slow, so it is an excellent destination to go to if you are not used to controlling a boat under drift. The primary tactics for the Cod will be using silver chrome pirks around the 300g size. If you want to target the larger Cod, use a 20cm+ shad lowered to the bottom instead of the pirk. Halibut will get caught on both shads, and dead baits slowly drifted behind the boat.
Another great reason to visit Sandbakken Norway Lodge is the many bays you will find. These are great places to target the resident Plaice and Dabs. These fish best targeted using baited rigs with smaller hooks; rigs such as flappers and flowing traces are the norm here, with worms and prawns being the ideal baits. You can also try and target Halibut if you wish, using fish baits on anti-twist leads. These must be fished at a depth above the bottom and fished on the drift; the Halibut will rise off the bottom and readily gobble down these baits resulting in arm wrenching action. We also host multiple fishing trips to Norway; you can view these tours here. If you have any questions about our hosted and non-hosted trips, get in touch.
The boats at Sandbakken Norway Lodge are very easy to use self-drive boats. All of which are Silver Viking 18 feet, with a 40Hp, four-stroke electric start engines. The boats are very roomy and steady at sea, ideal for up to four anglers. The boats are moored right outside the accommodation on our custom-built jetty. As these are all self-drive, you can fish as much or as little as you like, no time limits on these trips; if you want, you can fish until you drop. There is the possibility, subject to availability, to upgrade your boat to a Kvernø Aluminium 19 feet, 60Hp engine and fitted with a GPS and a fish finder. At Sandbakken Lodge, we only have one upgrade available, so please inquire at the booking time. All boats come with full safety equipment, life jackets and a 24hr mobile telephone number for any difficulties while fishing.
Sandbakken Norway Lodge is a perfect destination for anglers who have never experienced Norway before as all of the fishing is fjord based with minimal tide and a fair amount of shelter from strong winds. The fishery itself is relatively straightforward, and even beginners stand an excellent chance of landing a giant fish. This destination is suited to all levels. We have sent many customers on their first Norway sea fishing trip to Sandbakken, and they have loved their visits. This holiday is suitable for all abilities as there is a little amount of walking. The only demanding part about this holiday is whether you can keep up with the fishing as it can be frantic at times. We have built our very own ultimate guide to sea fishing blog that will be very helpful
How many fish will you catch at Sandbakken Norway Lodge all depends on what you want from your holiday. If you do not mind what fish you catch, then you will catch a lot of fish, anything from 10 – 30 fish a day on average, but if you only want specimen sized fish, then the action will be slower as the larger ones are always harder to find but once located you can catch a fish of a lifetime. You will discover Cod shoals that are relatively straight forward to catch; the same can be said for Haddock. Coalfish tend to feed for relatively short periods, and the Halibut tend to only feed for around 1.5 hours in a tide.
The cabins are purpose-built self-catering cabins situated right on the edge of the water. Imagine waking up to the waves hitting the jetty and birds singing outside your bedroom window, surrounded by mountains. The open planned kitchen and dining area in these cabins contains a small oven, a microwave, a coffee maker and a refrigerator. It also has a bathroom with a shower, a toilet and a four-person sauna. Every cabin comes equipped with a large fridge perfect for holding your food and keeping everything fresh. All cutlery will be supplied, including small cups, glasses, plates, bowls and small plates.
Each bedroom comes supplied with clean sheets, a duvet set and some small towels. We advise taking a large towel. If you run out of anything during your stay, ask the owners, and they will replenish.
When you arrive at the shore from a long day out fishing, you can prepare your catch at our outdoor filleting station and then why not cook your fresh catch on the free to use BBQ (fuel not provided), together with travelling mates or perhaps some new friends. The prepared meal can be enjoyed with delight, accompanied by soft waves hitting the shore and the midnight sun. We also have a well-stocked tackle shop on-site if you need any items whilst fishing.
The holiday is solely a self-catering holiday. There are no amenities at the camp where you can buy hot food. The local supermarket in the town of Finnses is around 30 minutes drive away, and for a small charge, the camp owners will take you there in their car. Here you will be able to buy your weekly provisions. You also have the opportunity to hire bicycles if that is something that takes your fancy more, and you can cycle in to grab smaller items that will fit in a rucksack.
Although the fishing days are fixed, the below itinerary is still flexible should you require additional free days to explore at the beginning or end of your holiday; we can tailor this itinerary to suit you personally. Feel free to talk to our travel consultants who can explain all options available.
Depart UK (alternative routes available)
Arrive Oslo Depart Oslo
After you have cleared customs, a representative from Sandbakken will greet you. The transfer takes approximately 30 mins. Once you arrive at the camp, the owners will show you around the cabin and give you a very quick briefing on the boats and the equipment supplied. After this, you are free to fish.
Overnight Accommodation: Norwegian Cabin (Twin Rooms) S/C
As you have your own boat, there is no time limit to how much or how little you wish to fish and even at certain times of the year, it remains daylight for 24hrs. The fishing can be as close as a couple of minutes steam from the cabins. We provide all our anglers with very detailed charts of the surrounding fjord with marks highlighted that we have had great success from in the past.
Overnight Accommodation: Norwegian Cabin (Twin Rooms) S/C
The camp owners will ensure that the fuel containers for the boats are full, so after each day on the water, you can refuel ready for your next trip out. There are still many marks that we have yet to fish so why not explore, as there are new marks around every corner. This part of Norway is very sheltered and its very rare for you to lose any days fishing due to bad weather. There is normally a fjord or bay you can reach that is very sheltered from any wind.
Overnight Accommodation: Norwegian Cabin (Twin Rooms) S/C
In the morning a representative from Sandbakken will transfer you back to the airport ready for your departure flight back to the UK.
Arrive in Oslo Depart Oslo
Average Customer Satisfaction Score 79%
"An excellent trip, the weather was abnormally cold which seems to have reduced fish numbers. We still caught loads of cod to 15llbs. a 15lb Wolf fish and managed to loose two Halibut. The coal fish were all small and less abundant. On the wildlife front we saw Fish Eagles , Porpoises and Raindeer. The accommodation was very good and the people were lovely. A trip to remember."
"First of all is the ease of booking the holiday you require. travel arrangements are excellent holiday description in brochure is first class, accommodation and fishing just as described we liked the freedom to fish when and for how long you want plus the owners of the camp in Sandbakken Norway treat the guests like friends"
"Let me start by thanking Paul at Sportquest Holidays for recommending such a good camp as the amenities were excellent and the fishing was to match! I heard lots of stories and read lots of articles about how amazing the fishing was in Norway and I wasn't disappointed. I've been back two weeks now and have already booked up to go again in September."
The season runs from March to September.
Season: March to September
Peak: April to May
Weight: 5lb to 90lb
Average Weight: 10lb
Season: March to September
Peak: March to May
Weight: 5lb to 40lb
Average Weight: 10lb
Season: May to September
Weight: 1lb to 5lb
Average Weight: 2lb
Season: March to September
Peak: April to August
Weight: 6lb to 160lb
Average Weight: 20lb
If your group size is smaller than the standard 4 people please contact a member of the Sportquest Holidays team who will give you an up to date price
Remember that Sportquest Holidays' services are completely FREE! When you book a trip with Sportquest Holidays, you never pay more than when you book directly with the lodge and flights independently.
Prices are based on four adults sharing transfers, fishing and accommodation (unless otherwise stated) and are correct at the time of going to press. Subject to time of year or date and currency fluctuations, these prices may fluctuate slightly due to flight price increases or fuel surcharge.
Note: If you are born after 1980, a motorboat certificate is required by Norwegian Law to operate the boat. Please contact a member of the Sportquest holidays team for further information
An excellent trip, the weather was abnormally cold which seems to have reduced fish numbers. We still caught loads of cod to 15llbs. a 15lb Wolf fish and managed to loose two Halibut. The coal fish were all small and less abundant. On the wildlife front we saw Fish Eagles , Porpoises and Raindeer. The accommodation was very good and the people were lovely. A trip to remember.
Thats great to hear, Sandbakken is a stunning place with excellent wildlife. Sounds like you managed to find some good fish and hope the guys at the camp looked after you
Once again thank you for travelling with us and hopefully you will choose Sportquest in the Future
All the best
First of all is the ease of booking the holiday you require.
travel arrangements are excellent
holiday description in brochure is first class, accommodation and fishing just as described
we liked the freedom to fish when and for how long you want plus the owners of the camp in Sandbakken Norway treat the guests like friends
Hello Brian, Glad to hear you had yet another great trip to Sandbakken and thanks for your kind words. We strongly believe that the information in both our website and brochure is a true reflection on the destination.
The owners of the camp are some of the kindest and friendliest hosts you could ask for.
Hopefully the same again for you next year
All the best
Let me start by thanking Paul at Sportquest Holidays for recommending such a good camp as the amenities were excellent and the fishing was to match! I heard lots of stories and read lots of articles about how amazing the fishing was in Norway and I wasn't disappointed. I've been back two weeks now and have already booked up to go again in September.
Hi Peter, i am so glad fishing in Norway was so very good for you. The stories you read in the press always excites people and sometimes pushing their expectations a bit too high.
When we talk to people like your self who have never been before we try to give them as much information as possible, i know you may forget some of it but the important bits stick in your head.
plus where you and your group have booked for in September is awesome especially for Halibut, good luck boys and hope you come all with new PB's
Caught my fist halibut (22lbs +),my wife caught her first 10lb + Cod.Fantastic time.cannot fault it.Will be going again next year.
David, so glad you both had a great time and congratulations on your personal bests, I look forward in help you both to another great sea fishing destination. Kind Regards Paul
Easy place to get to and good fishing, thanks for everything.
Tony, thanks for your comments and I was so pleased that the holiday was all as planned. Hope to see you back soon. Paul S
Norway fishing is most definitely challenging but rewarding!
I have just returned form my weeks fishing in Norway booked with Sportquest Holidays and what can I say the fishing in Norway is like no other. Before leaving England the weather in Norway was excellent and the fish were crawling up the line, unfortunately this all changed just hours before we arrived the weather had a turn for the worse and the temperature dropped, and to top it all off the snow melt had made the Norwegian seas more coloured then ever. However I am happy to report even with the conditions against us the fishing was awesome, we spent a lot of time motoring around trying to find fish and for the first few days as all we managed was smaller fish ranging from 1-5lb (not a bad size however not what I went to Norway for.) Not to worry I was not to be defeated and kept up the hard work and boy did this pay off. Finally I found the fish with a little help from the locals, we started to land cod after cod after cod and this time they were bigger. The average size was around 8-10lb with a few magical fish mixed in including cod to 28lb and halibut to 20lb.
Once we had found the fish we never looked back everyday was extreme fishing and there was more cod than we knew what to do with, not forgetting countless wolfish, lyng mixed in. All in all this trip was unbelievable even with the locals saying we couldnâ€™t have had worse fishing conditions we had at least 600 fish between my boat of 3. After being to Norway and experiencing the fishing first hand I would like to offer a few pointers to increase your fishing experience. > silver (chrome) perks are a must with some small red worms up the trace. Try to fish at night even though it doesnâ€™t get dark the fishing was still better early hours of the morning. Fish shallow water the fish are in surprising shallow water I would recommend 5-40m no deeper. (15-20m seems to be the magical marks). Always listen to the local lets be honest they know the waters like the back of their hands and will put your on fish. I would like to say thank you to Sportquest Holidays for a smooth well run set up the service and the information was spot on.
I will be returning next year hopefully next time to some better conditions.
Hi Steve, as i mentioned before you left, don't think you have to fish in stupid depths of water to catch the biggest fish. Always keep your options open and if the fishing is tough like it sounded then you have to try everything. Good on you for not giving up and sounds like you done the best thing to ask a local person.
In my experience the locals know a lot and are more than happy to help you
Like we have said lots of times, we can not control the weather the weather controls us
More Cod than we knew what to do with. Thank you for our best ever sea fishing trip ever.
This is a great destination especially in April. You get a huge run of Coal fish and big ones at that and then when they stop feeding the big cod show up and it just seems like these go on for ever
Thank you for your pictures and i am pleased it was your best ever sea fishing trip
It was well worth the trip, great new destination, everything boats etc was in top condition and the best part was the fishing. We caught Cod, Coalfish and even Halibut all on perks.
Hi Jason, we worked very hard to find such a destination that offers everything for the most keen sea fisherman and all this for a very good price
The surrounding fjord is packed with fish of all different species and is just waiting for you to tempt them up.
Thanks Jason and speak to you soon
A must trip for any sea angler, would highly recommend to anyone. See you again next year thank you so much.
We will back you up on that Antony it is a great place and the hosts make it all that much better
just returned from Sandbakken Fishing Lodge 2nd--9th July, what a fantastic week my two sons and I had, this was our third visit, the weather was great mid to high 20's for most of the week so we mainly fished through the night when it got slightly cooler, we had plenty of fish, cod to 20lb halibut to 23lb coalfish to 20lb wolf-fish to 16lb and lots in the 8-14lb range.
although we didn't see Kristian this trip Merete looked after us very well.
anyone thinking of going to Sandbakken I would recommend it
Once I get the pictures from my sons I will pass them on
Many thanks for your feedback. I am so glad you love this camp and for it to be your third trip that says it all.
Sounds like you had some great weather and the fishing was good for you and your sons. Would love to see the pictures and will pass your kind comments on to the guys who run this camp.
Look forward to helping you again next year
All the best
Sandbakken lodge Norway.
Firstly i would like to thank Paul Stevens and the Sportquest team for all of their help and assistance in setting up this memorable holiday.
Our journey began with the 4 hour drive from Shropshire to Gatwick airport, once at Gatwick we experienced our first few lessons to remember for next time (this being our first fishing trip abroad) we soon realised we had far too much baggage, which was confirmed after the holiday was over as we all had at least 3 sets of clothing each that we had not worn during the stay, yes there was cold times once on the boat but we all used our preferred items of clothing on every trip out, mine being savage gear all in one fleece suit with fleece jacket, cargo trousers and floatation suit, neck tube and russian style hat. Lesson 2 is check the pockets of the clothing you are taking, one of us packed there shooting jacket in their hand luggage forgetting that in the inside pocket was their skinning knife, after a full search and confiscating the "concealed weapon" we were allowed to board the plane.
Once at sandbakken we were overwhelmed by the views and was eager to get fishing. Bags were dumped in the cabin, rods set-up and off we went, first drop and my wife was in to a 12lb Cod, wow is this how the holiday is going to continue.. unfortunately not, the next 2 days we experienced the strongest winds they have had for 4 years, we still managed a few hours in the evenings but had to stay close to shore with the wind behind us, once the winds had stopped we found ourselves false hooking most of our catches, why were the fish not feeding ?
We spoke to some of the locals who advised us to fish early hours of the morning using smaller Pirks 200-300g instead of our 400g + we was also informed that the majority of larger fish had left the fjord 2 weeks ago but should be returning soon..
Best catches of the week was 16lb Coalfish, 15lb Cod, 15lb Wolf fish. (all caught by the female members) Plenty of fish in the 8 - 12lb range which was great sport on our lighter tackle.
The only other advice I would like to give is make sure you take out the best insurance available, as we had to pay 10,000 kr for damaged to the propellor and hull of the boat, damage was caused during rough waters which forced us to stay within 20 meters off the shore line, we quickly came into shallow waters that was not marked by any bouys or depth markers. Currently going through the claims process but my advise would be go for best insurance and read the small print.
Overall an experience of a lifetime, no regrets apart from wishing I was still there..
Once again thanks to all of the sportquest team..
What a great report thanks for taking the time to write this. Sandbakken is a great lodge and very good fish filled fjord right on your door step. Shame about what happened with the boat, its not the first time and i am sure i will not be the last. So glad everything worked out ok in the end and you managed to enjoy your last days.
I shall pass your very kind words on to all in the office
All the best
I love using sportsquest as you have no worries at all everything taken care of
We love making your dreams come true. Hope you had a fab time at Sandbakken again this year and you know where we are for next year. Look forward to taking you guys to Havoysund next year
All the best
Thanks Sportquest Holidays for helping us make our minds up on where to go in Norway. There are so many camps out there but once we had explained what we were after Paul in the office pointed us in the right direction. We managed all the species we went for, not as big as we thought but that is fishing
Paul can you ring us as we would like to try some where else next year
Paul is out in Norway guiding at the moment but will get him to call you when he returns.
By the sound of it you had a good time and got on alright with the boats. The problem with going mid summer is that the big fish are out to sea but we do not class 30lb cod as small that cod Steve had was a lovely looking fish and thank you for all the photos
Once again thank you for travelling with us and i am sure Paul on his return will help you with your next trip
The fishing was rubbish, the biggest we had was a 10lb cod lots of fish showing on the finder but just couldn't get them to bite. Really could of done with some help but no one around to give us advice on where to go or when to fish.
In hindsight we should of gone on a hosted trip as it was our first time. The cabins were good and very warm transfers etc went well
We will be calling soon to see what room you have next year on the hosted trips
Sorry you had a bad trip, when i first went out to Norway it had a fairly similar experience with only managing small fish. i guess people have such high expectations of Norway that every drop down they are going to pull up 40lb Cod and sadly fishing isn't like that no matter where you go in the world.
I would love to have you on one of my hosted trips it certainly helps to have a guide with you then all you have to worry about is hooking and landing that fish of a life time.
Give me a call when you are free and i shall see what i can offer you
All the best
The fishing was very good. I would leave the holiday as it is. Would go again!
Hi Kenneth, thanks for your feedback form. Sandbakken is a great place the owners are always very helpful and the fishing is good. Hopefully the weather was also on your side
Any plans for next year? I will try and catch up with you soon
All the best
Great time at Sandbakken! Fantastic place, people and fishing. Cod to 37lb, coalfish to 26lb, a couple of small halibut, redfish, haddock, torsk, wolfish and mackerel. We were joined in the fjord by whales on more than one occasion. Would recommend to anyone. Excellent, 10/10.
Hi Jonathan, thank you so much for your feedback and very pleased you guys had a excellent time. Sandbakken is an awesome place, the people that run the camp are brilliant. Sounds like you managed to tick a few fish of your species list and would love to see some pictures if you have any?
I will try and catch up with you soon
All the best
Overall a brilliant holiday. The automated check in was a bit awkward, but soon mastered. The only part of the info that may be improved was the fishing marks i.e. what time of the tide and direction to fish them.
Hello William, thank you so much for taking the time to fill out your feedback forms. These are very useful for future travellers.
When I first used the automated checking it was very hard work but becomes a lot easier the more times you use them.
We are constantly updating our fishing information in customers paper work and Norway is going to get a big make over soon giving such information as techniques for certain species etc and hopefully tides, watch this space!
All the best
Thank you for travelling with us and also for your feedback scores on both the destination and Sportquest Holidays services.
Also please to see that you would both use our services again and recommend us to friends.
I look forward in dealing with you and your group again some day soon.
Down side was the return flights.
Lost a fishing day due to early pick up. Too long between flights.
Thank you for your feedback, glad you enjoyed the trip.
Just need to clear something up, you did not lose any fishing time as there is NO fishing on Wednesday which is the return day. All the boats have to be cleaned and returned back on Tuesday night before customers arrive again on the Wednesday.
Hope that clears things up as you will have had all the fishing as advertised on our website and your paperwork.
I cant fault any of the holiday. The best part was catching my biggest ever fish!
Thank you for your feedback and scores as it is very much appreciated.
We look forward in having you all gained with us on one of our destinations.
Any questions at anytime just call me in the office.
Fishing slow at first, but did have a couple of very good days with some big Coalfish after getting some info from some other German guests.
Hi William, thanks for your feedback. The fjord you fished fishes very well for big Coalies and the runs of fish are huge. Shame about the first couple of days but at least it all turned round in the end.
All the best
The fishing was not worth going for and fished very poorly. We have been to a lot better areas.
Hi Shaun, sorry you guys had such a tough weeks fishing. I spoke with the owners after you had got back as they were concerned that you guys did not have a great trip and they said that it hadnt been fishing great for the last couple of weeks. It is strange as I have been there many times before and the fishing has never let me down. Can be a little slow sometimes but thats fishing.
Hopefully this hasnt put you off using our services in the future.
All the best
Superb fishing and location. Suggest accommodation beds could be bigger and host could be better prepared, ie have a stock of food essentials & beers.
Hi Neil, thanks for your feedback. Sandbakken is a lovely location. I have been many years in a row and the bed thing is like that across the whole of Norway no matter where you travel to
Once again thank you and speak to you soon
Tight lines Paul
I was lucky to bewith a 5 person party who had previous experience of Norway and the fish camp, so I was given plenty of info. There was another party there from the UK who had never been before and we had to give them help as there didn't seem to be much coming from the guide.
Hi Tony, thanks for the feedback. It is hard when you very first go to a destination and was lucky that you travelled with some people you had previous experience. I remember the first time I travelled to Norway is was a very scary place but with more years under your belt it gets easier even when you go to new places.
All the best Paul
Thanks for a wonderful holiday
Hi Tim, thanks for your words and giving us a score
All the best Paul
Fishing very slow at first but once we found fish you could not fail. Had three halibut on light lure rods and small shads great sport and some cod on same tackle. Shame Coalfish were not about struggles to catch on the big lures. My team do a lot of catch and release I think they do need some decent landing nets on the boats had a good time thanks.
Hi Lee, so glad you guys had a good time and managed to find the fish. With it being your third time there I bet it feels like a second home. Well done on your Halibut on light tackle, they are so much fun on light gear.
I wish more people would practise catch and release as those fish are the future of the sport. Hopefully get to speak with you all soon
Visit to Sandbakken
Stunning views, good weather, great boat and host.
Fishing was only very average, could do with more information on type of tackle before leaving the UK.
Thank you for your feedback, Sandbakken is a beautiful place to visit and the camp owners are very nice people as you have mentioned.
Fish sizes were not a disappointment.
Watching a Sea Eagle take a fish from the fjord was amazing.
Mackerel worked a treat.
Bring a cushion to sit on while on the boat.
Very good boats.
Thank you for the great feedback John
Superb Holiday with everything covered from Start to Finish. All instructions and travel details where spot on.
If you forward on a memory stick I would be happy to load up all our photos and send back
Hi Kevin, thank you for taking the time to send us your feedback. So glad you liked Sandbakken its a great place with stunning surroundings.
I will get a stick out to you as soon as we can and would love to see your pictures.
All the best, Paul
This is the second time will be in for this location not much is changed since the last time we went. We did have one day where we could not get out due to the weather. But this is understanding and can’t be helped. The only issue we had. When we got to Oslo getting through customs what is a nightmare and we had to run to get through the next flight which luckily they just held the plane for another five minutes and we would’ve missed it.
Hi Terry, thank you for finding the time to send us your feedback and so sorry that you nearly missed your flight, sometimes things like this are out of our control a bit like the weather. Sandbakken is a lovely destination and with regards to 'not much has changed' and we always say why try and fix something that isnt broken.
Tight lines and hopefully we can catch up soon
We were exceptionally proud to be involved with the Mortimer and Whitehouse Gone Fishing Christmas Special to Norway in 2022. Being the first time the programme had ventured outside the UK, it took a tremendous amount of work to produce the itinerary and cater for the thirteen-strong production team, but it was a fantastic couple of weeks away. If you enjoyed the programme, here is more information on Paul and Bob's trip and the itinerary it followed.
If you are looking for a family fishing holiday then Mefjord is the destination for you. Not only is this an anglers paradise with super-sized specimen Cod, Halibut and Coalfish coming out of the waters at various times of the year but there are also a huge variety of activities on offer to keep the whole family entertained.
Ever fancied going to Norway to do battle with some of the hard fighting fish that this part of the world is known for and struggled to get your friends to join, well now is your chance to come on your own and fish with like minded anglers. The waters around Lofoten Islands are a magnet to the mighty Halibut plus all the usual species.
We are extremely pleased to be able to offer you yet another fantastic opportunity to fish this part of the world as a single angler or small group and would like to welcome you to Vesterålen. Located in the north of Norway surrounded by some of the most stunning landscape Norway has to offer. This destination is an excellent area for a mixed species trip.
If you want to target real monster Cod then this hosted fishing trip to Mefjord Brygge is for you. With Cod caught approaching near-record sizes it is your chance to smash your PB's. Cod of 70lb are caught daily in March & April and it won't be long before one is caught over 100lb. Join us on your next adventure