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Guided Shore Fishing Norway Shore fishing Lofoten Islands

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Best Shore Fishing in Norway

Boat fishing is not for everyone, and with that in mind, we have worked hard to bring you something different. This exclusive shore fishing holidays Norway destination on the Lofoten Island will allow you to catch one of the many sizeable Halibut which frequent these waters well within casting distance. On top of this, you have an extremely experienced shore angling guide who will assist you with everything you need.

Set in stunning surroundings, you will be fishing from some outstanding marks that all have the possibility of producing some incredible fish at the times of the year we will be sending you out there. The airport is only a 10-minute drive away; once you have landed, you will soon be in your luxurious cabin on your shore fishing holidays Norway getting ready for the week ahead and whilst you are unpacking, you can chuck a rod off the decking and try for the many fish that inhabit this part of the fjord. The accommodation was built for single rooms meaning that you will not be sharing a room whilst fishing here.

The other massive advantage of the Sportquest Shore fishing Holiday is that you can book and travel as a solo traveller at no extra charge. You will be staying in your own single room and then taken out each day to some of the most productive fishing spots around the Lofoten Islands.

Where is the best Shore fishing

You will be fishing the world-renowned Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway. This stunning set of Islands will take your breath away with its impressive mountains and waters. Based in Nappstraumen, you have the advantage of being in one of the Lofoten Islands most fish-rich areas, but you will also only be 10 minutes away from the closest town. Meaning you will have access to many shops to pick up your provisions if you need them. There is even a great Pizza restaurant close by which we highly recommend on your last day as a celebration meal to finish off your week.

This area is visited by many tourists every year who flock to sample and photograph the awe-inspiring scenery that surrounds you at every turn. If nature interests you, you will be amazed by the prolific birdlife inhabiting the area, with Sea eagles, Puffins and Gannets a ubiquitous sight when you are fishing. You may also get to face one of the many moose that inhabit this area. On many of our trips, we have spotted Whales that patrol the sea edges looking for an easy meal.

What's the fishing like

The shore fishing holidays Norway around the Lofoten Islands will be some of the best shore fishing you will experience. We have marks to suit all abilities, including accessible access jetty’s straight into deep water to the more extreme rock fishing marks to test your skills. These areas can produce fish, with the main target species being the monster Halibut, massive Plaice and big Cod that inhabit these areas.

The chance of hooking into a lifetime fish from the shore is a vast possibility here, with a 2-meter Halibut (250lbs +) being a feasible target. The majority of marks that we have found around the Lofoten Islands are clean ground which means you should keep tackle losses to a minimum. Other species that frequent these marks include Wolffish, Lumb, Coalfish, Haddock and some seriously big Dabs.

Shore fishing Guide

Our shore fishing holidays Norway guide Ross Johnson will guide you. Ross is a very well-known angler from the UK with much big fish to his name, and he has guided anglers to 200lb plus fish from the shore. Ross will be on hand to help you at every step of your fishing, from driving you to the marks and advising on bait and rig selection to helping you land the fish and take photographs. He will work had to find you the fish, ensuring that you get the most out of your shore fishing experience on the Lofoten Islands.

What are the marks like

The shore marks on the shore fishing holidays Norway trip range inability; we have some very easy to access piers and jetty’s that offer up the chance of fantastic fishing up to some phenomenal deep rock marks that offer some outstanding fishing in some exquisite scenery. Most of the spots on this Lofoten shore fishing holiday are under half an hour from the camp, with the furthest being just an hour away. All these marks can produce some excellent fishing for the angler visiting the Lofoten Islands.

The Lofoten Islands are an excellent destination for all as we have marks for all abilities and ages. A basic understanding of fishing from the shore will benefit you on this holiday. The ability to cast at least 50 metres is needed too. These marks can all be fished comfortably with a short overhead thump. The destination is suitable for all abilities, but some of the more advanced rock marks can involve walking to reach them over rocky terrain.

How to catch fish from the shore

You will be mainly fishing with fish baits to target some of the notable species that this part of Norway is famed for. For the big Halibut, you will be fishing with large fish baits ledgered on the bottom. For the Cod and widespread species fishing, you will be using smaller baits ledgered on the bottom. For the Plaice and Dab fishing, you will be using lighter tackle with smaller hooks and baits using rolling leads to search for the right area. If you wish, you can always take a spinning kit out and try shad fishing from the shore; you may be surprised at what you pick up fishing in this style. We have a great Q&A on the shore fishing

When you are targeting big Halibut on your shore fishing holidays Norway, you are looking for that one specimen, so big baits and sitting it out are the order of the day. You may get one run a day, but when that fish is potentially a 200lb plus monster, it makes the waiting all worthwhile. If you target the other species such as Plaice and Cod, the action can become incredible at various tide states, with multiple catches of great sized fish bringing a possibility.

Accommodation

The destination of Nappstraumen on the Lofoten Islands needs no introduction to the travelling sea angler. This destination is renowned for excellent boat fishing for Halibut and Coalfish. As-well-as this, there is some genuinely fantastic shore fishing to be had here with the chance to catch a monster halibut from the shore also a real possibility.

Norway Accommodation

These fantastic cabins designed for a fishing trip to Lofoten with the sea angler in mind giving you the chance to stay in some of the most luxurious accommodation you will find for anglers in Norway. Surrounded by towering mountains and situated right on the edge of the fish-filled fjord, these stunning cabins will make your stay at Nappstraumen all the more pleasurable. 

These luxurious cabins overlook the impressive Nappstraumen fjord.

Downstairs you will find a large shared bathroom with a hot shower, heated floors and a washing machine. The kitchen area has touch-sensitive hobs and fan assisted oven to cook on, along with a microwave. These amenities also come with all the pots, pans, trays and cutlery, along with a dishwasher. The cabins’ communal area consists of a very comfortable corner sofa, a large dining table, and stools with a smart TV. 

Upstairs you will find four rooms, all holding twin beds but set out for single sleeping arrangements. The cabins constructed to offer guests single rooms so you will have your own space when sleeping here, no being kept up at night by your room partner snoring.

Whilst staying at the Nappstraumen cabins, you will have a local guide on site who will assist with any issues you have. The cabins are also a short drive from the local town (10 minutes), where you can do some shopping in the local shops, eat out at one of the local restaurants or even visit the local bowling alley for a couple of games if you wish.

If you need to dry your clothes, there is a large drying room opposite, perfect for storing your wet clothes and drying them out after a long day on the water.

Each cabin has a large wooden balcony where you can relax and take in the stunning views of the fjord, or you can even cast a rod and target the fish that swim in front of these cabins.

Self Catering In Norway

These cabins are solely self-catering, meaning that you will be cooking your food whilst enjoying your stay.  You have a local supermarket within 10 minutes drive from the cabins, where we suggest you buy all your food for the weeks stay.

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Itinerary

TAILOR-MADE HOLIDAYS

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.

Day 1:

Depart UK (alternative routes available)

Arrive
Oslo Depart Oslo

Arrive Bodø Depart Bodø

Arrive Leknes

On arrival, you will be met and transferred via our private minibus to the fishing camp (approx 10 mins). Depending on the time of arrival you may have a chance to wet a line outside the apartments.

Overnight accommodation: Nappstraumen Luxury Cabins (Single Rooms) S/C

Days 2 to 4: Fishing Days.

Over the next 6 days fishing after breakfast, you will be driven to the marks you will be fishing by your guide, he will chat with you about what you need to do to prepare for the day ahead and what species you want to target. Once your fishing day is finished you will return to the cabins and prepare your evening meals. Then if you have discussed it with your guide you may be able to head out on a night fishing session.

Overnight accommodation: Nappstraumen Luxury Cabins (Single Rooms) S/C

Days 5 TO 7: Fishing Days

Depending on what species you wish to target you will be taken to whichever mark the guide feels will best suit your needs. This is big Halibut territory so you could well be doing battle with a monster fish from the shore on one of these days. If you wish to do a night session discuss this with your guide and he will arrange for you to fish the mark with the highest chance of fish dependant on winds and tides.

Overnight accommodation: Nappstraumen Luxury Cabins (Single Rooms) S/C

Day 8:

In the morning your group will be transferred back to Leknes airport for your return flights.

Depart Leknes

Arrive Bodø Depart Bodø

Arrive Oslo Depart Oslo

Arrive UK

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FISHING Seasons

The season runs from February to April & September to November.

Halibut

Season: February to November
Peak: Feb to March October to Nov
Weight: 20lb to 350lb
Average Weight: 20lb

Cod

Season: January to December
Peak: March to November
Weight: 5lb to 60lb
Average Weight: 10lb

Plaice

Season: February to November
Peak: March to November
Weight: 3lb to 12lb
Average Weight: 4lb

Wolf fish

Season: January to December
Peak: January to December
Weight: 4lb to 17lb
Average Weight: 6lb

Coal fish

Season: March to October
Peak: July to September
Weight: 4lb to 25lb
Average Weight: 9 lb

Lumb

Season: January to December
Peak: January to december
Weight: 3lb to 15lb
Average Weight: 6lb

Dab

Season: January to December
Peak: January to December
Weight: 1lb to 2.5lb
Average Weight: 1.5lb

Ling

Season: January to December
Peak: January to December
Weight: 5lb to 20lb
Average Weight: 8lb

Package Details

Prices from
£1,528
per person

Included

  • All international flights (Based on London departure)
  • Transfers from Leknes airport to Nappstraumen Cabins
  • All accommodation as per itinerary
  • 6 days guided shore fishing
  • Transport to the fishing marks
  • All vehicle fuel
  • Freezer storage for your fish
  • Access to professional guide for guidance
  • 1x 23 kg bag
  • Bed linen, towels and final cabin cleaning
  • Fresh fish baits (including Bluey, herring & Mackerel)
  • Fishing Tripod
  • Fishing Seat box

Excluded

  • Personal holiday insurance
  • All meals
  • All tackle
  • Rod tube
  • Extra bags

Optional extras

  • Other UK departure airports are possible (additional cost) Please call a member of the Sportquest team for further information.
  • Rod and Reel hire available £100 for the week. This includes two rods and two fixed spool reels loaded with line
  • Survival suits £45 pr week

Price Supplements

There are no supplements for single anglers

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Price Notes

Prices are based on single rooms and 1 Sportquest Holidays fishing guide per 7 people 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.

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Reviews

Jan

Pure fun, I can say no more. Perfect guide - Ross is a marine biologist! Extremely knowledgeable, perfect sense of humour, always going out of his way to make things work, calm, excellent teacher. The surroundings are astonishing - if the bites slow down a little, your minder drafts away into nature. And then the fish - have a look at the pictures. We'll have to open a fish store back in Belgium here... Can't wait to return.

Response from Sportquest Holidays

Hi Jan

Thank you for the fantastic feedback. it sounds like you had a great time in Norway and caught some great fish.

Hopefully we will get to chat soon.

Tight lines

Matt

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Danny

I have just got back from Lofoten islands Norway shore fishing
Ross Johnson our guide was excellent in his knowledge of the marks to fish
The accommodation was great
Travelling there was fine even in these uncertain times
I would highly recommend this trip to anyone
Even the northern lights gave us a show
A trip to remember
Thanks

Response from Sportquest Holidays

Hi Danny, thank you for your feedback it is very much appreciated.

Sounds like you guys had a great weeks fishing. I kept speaking to Ross to make sure you guys were being looked after. So pleased we actually managed to get you there and a huge thanks for the little video you made. All the best and speak soon

Tight lines, Paul

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Roland

The weather started out wet and windy.But as the days went on it brightened up.The fishing was hard .But we managed to get some nice fish.The biggest fish was a Halibut of 35lb with 2 others over 20lb.For me my fish were Halibut 7-8lb and 4lb 4oz .A plaice
Of 4lb 13oz and a pollack 3lb 8oz.Ross our guide was out standing.He took us to different marks each day.Only one day did we blank .Out of 7 anglers only one fish was caught a cod of 6-7lb. ANY angler who has trouble getting around .Tell Ross and he will put you on an easy mark.There are loads off deep water marks aswell as piers and jetties.

Response from Sportquest Holidays

Hi Roland, thank you so much for your great feedback. So glad we got you out there finally. I will pass on your very kind comments to Ross and like you say, we have got a mark for everyone.

All the best, Paul

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Richard

It was my first experience of Norway and no amount research prepared me for how cold it is. The fishing is amazing thanks to Ross who’s relentless enthusiasm and energy to help you catch is second to none.The general stamp of fish is unbelievable ,I’ve certainly never experienced anything quite like it ,this is mainly down to Ross who thinks of little else but fishing ,his knowledge is impressive.
Two things to make sure you take are studs for the boots
and sealskin gloves .Without these you are going to struggle both are worth every penny .
I went as a single angler not having met any of the group and was anxious to who I would be in a group with but there was nothing to worry about because everyone is there to fish so there is a common bond.
I’m looking forward to going next year now and achieving even more personal bests.

Response from Sportquest Holidays

Hi Richard

Thank you for your feedback.

It sounds like you had a fantastic time and I know that you enjoyed yourself as you booked up for 2021 straight away.

Hopefully we will get to chat soon.

Tight Lines

Matt

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Peter

On arrival Ross was already there waiting with a big smile and a handshake, introductions over we loaded the gear into the van and headed to the accommodation which once inside was clean, warm and comfortable.
The first days fishing turned out to be very hard going with some big dabs and plaice , but no cod or Halibut .
The highlight of the trip was the next day on the lay-bye mark where we managed 3 Halibut, two over 20lbs one over 35lbs a seasons best according to Ross and a forth fish that was clearly much bigger , almost pulling the lucky guy attached to it over the lay-bye crash barrier before parting the line and escaping
The rest of the week was spent catching coding, plaice, dabs ,pollack, coalfish and a lumb, not big fish but plenty of them .
Ross work extremely hard all week to put us on and catch fish often baiting up and casting for members of the party. As for fishing tips Ross taught me the Bimini Hitch and changed me reel line to Shimano Exage 4.05, with this set up you can literally pull the plug out.
Everyone in the group had a great time and I can only thank Ross for working so hard to make it a successful week, we will definitely be going back.

Response from Sportquest Holidays

Hi Peter, thank you so much for finding the time to fill out your feedback form. These are so valuable to future customers.

Sounds like ROss really worked hard for you guys and well done on your fish. I am glad you learnt how to tie that knot I have been trying for years!!

All the very best, Paul

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Melvyn

We missed our connecting flight because the 40 mins between flights simply to short to effect transfers. Allow two hours at least both inbound and outbound. People can enjoy duty free ect.
We got on another flight within an hour so sorted. The accommodation is first class as described however no washing machine as expected so glad took enough clothing. Views from lodge spectacular and northern lights to boot. As this is a new venture the Mark's was an unknown so when the Mark's fished in march blanked our very capable guide thought outside of the box and found new ones. Needless to say these all fished very very well and after a frustrating start a few good fish changed the mood and expectations. Everyone enjoyed PB.s with some huge plaice and Whiting plus double figure cod and halibuts.
What cant I say about your guide Ross, I spent a week at the university of shore fishing and I guess my grades would be showed improvement but can do better. His knowledge base is off the planet and couple this to an incredibly nice guy your trip is assured success.
I took vicki a non angler so with the storms of the first three days she spent time indoors catching up on her reading but a shopping trip into town she really enjoyed. However trips to the viking museum ect never materialised due to the amount of fishing we did.and zero transport. If some form of transport could be factored in for the non anglers to do things that would be a huge plus even a reliable taxi service. All in all my first shore trip to norway was incredible with a great group of fishoholics who never gave in.
Check list suggestions before you go.
1 check your clothing is water tight as discovering it's not when you start fishing isnt funny
2 field trial all your fishing gear on as many different Mark's as you can as some of us lost leads for a passion whereas ross only lost two.
3 take bait if you wish but fish baits provided outfished everything including fresh peeler which caught but not any better.
4 fishing in dark doesn't give you an edge like fishing at home enjoy your sleep and fish twilight to twilight.
5 listen to your guide most important point and you will catch fish you only dream of, Leave your british angling head at home and fish like a viking.

Will I do it again without a doubt, l enjoyed this challenge more than any boat trip and I can say halibut off the shore go like holy stink and the adrenaline rush spectacular.
I would just like to have a big once up to Ross who I rate as the best angler I have ever met and sportquest are very fortunate to employ such a high caliber guide.
Roll on October next year.

Response from Sportquest Holidays

Hi Melvyn

Thank you for the great feedback.

I am really glad you enjoyed the shore fishing on the Lofoten Islands, the first few days I know you had some truly awful weather but once this passed I know the fishing you had was very good indeed.

I will pass your comments on to Ross, we are very proud to have him working for us and his calibre as an angler is truly up there with the best.

Tight Lines

Matt

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Mark

Perhaps it was just unfortunate but we had the first 3 worst days weather for fishing, fortunately Ross found us some sheltered marks.

No washing machine or tumble dryer provided. Yes the drying room is nice but lots of soaking wet clothes would have been nice to have been washed and dried. Luckily it was just 4 of us using the room so plenty of space.

Ross is an excellent guide and I would happily pay for his knowledge and assistance in future holidays. First time shore fishing for me, looking forward to next year. Perhaps dates need to be investigated for the bigger shore fish..

Loved the fact that we discovered some very good future marks, and Ross continuously looking and finding more after our departure.

Personally I do think 8 fisherman in those apartments/bedrooms would prove very cramped tho especially with rods, clothing etc.

1 shower between 8 could cause delays and arguments.. Lol..

Love to come back but different time of year for weather and daylight.. Its all well and good nighttime fishing from boats (easy) but great shore marks would prove difficult in darkness..

Thanks for great holiday. Would highly recommend.

Ps, stocking up a small box, with weights, rigs, terminal tackle for purchase would also be a great help.. (amazon UK prices tho.. Lol) Lots of tackle lost at marks proved annoying..

Response from Sportquest Holidays

Hi Mark

There is a washing machine there but I would not recommend using its as it is there specifically for the flotation suits so it is not advisable to put your clothes in it.

Thank you for your feedback, Ross is an excellent guide as you have stated and we are very proud to have him working for Sportquest Holidays.

The apartments are set out for 4 people to an apartment when groups of more than 4 are out there then 2 apartments will be used so everybody has their own rooms. So there will only be 4 people using an apartments amenities on each week.

Hopefully we can get you out there next year earlier in the season!

Speak soon.

Matt

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