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Exclusive Sportquest Halibut Fishing Competition | Å | Norway

Overview

Tour code: NOR039

Everybody in the sea angling circle has heard of how good the Halibut fishing is at Å on the Lofoten islands. With this in mind, we have picked to run our annual Halibut fishing competition at this fantastic destination located in the North of Norway. This international fishing competition is exclusive to Sportquest Holidays and in conjunction with Nordic Sea Angling.

We will be running our Halibut Sea Fishing Competitions each year at the start of July. July is the peak time for the big ones.

This is the first-ever Halibut Fishing competition run at this location which only gets bigger and better each year. There are big money prizes, and many fishing tackle prizes up for grabs for the runner ups. A full list of the competition prizes will be announced each year. It will be open to teams of 4 anglers fishing from our boats and will run over two days of your six standard fishing days.

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Location

The area you will be staying in is in a village called Å. Located at the very end of the Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway. The reason for the outstanding Halibut fishing here is because, located nearby, is of the well-known Moskenesströmmen. One of the strongest maelstroms (where two tides collide) in the world.

Here the difference between high and low tides vary by almost four meters and the water can move at up to 6 knots. This creates a colossal conveyer belt of food for these super-sized flatfish. Fishing just on the outside of the stream is very productive for the large ones; however, further afield there are lots of other exciting grounds to target the Halibut.

As you will have a further four days fishing around the competition, you will get to see what else this destination is so famous for and that’s the fantastic Coalfishing. Now, this is something to witness, as around July, the stream fills with super hungry Coalfish. And they get big.

They are there chasing Mackerel, and other small prey fish and this is the perfect time to either chuck poppers around or use shallow diving lures. Once you have located these charged up fish, they are very addictive.

Halibut Fishing Competition

The reason why we have chosen the Lofoten Islands to host contest is that the fishing grounds are mostly right on your doorstep. The ‘Stream’ is located a short 15-minute boat ride from the marina. Making sure no time is lost in getting to the peak area of this location. On the way to the stream, you will also pass some pretty amazing spots for bait fishing.

The main draw to this destination is the Halibut and Coalfish. Last year there were more Halibut caught over the magical 2m mark than all the other destinations we offer in Norway. Coalfish fishing is also a very big draw for many sports fishermen.

Fish averaging 20lb plus are now classed as small, a 40lb Coalfish is now a reality rather than a dream with fishing techniques such as popper and lure fishing being the chosen way to attract the larger Coalfish. There is nothing better than seeing a huge black Coalfish leap out of the water with your lure hanging out of its mouth; it’s a pure adrenalin rush.

The period of the competition will have a media team covering the two-day event filming the anglers each day while out fishing. A full report all about the tournament will appear in the Salt Water Boat Angling magazine.

As each year’s fishing competitions finish, competitors that took part will be invited to return the following year. Only then will the remaining spaces be advertised to the general public. The remaining spaces are booked on a first-come-first-served basis.

Boats

At Å we have 10 of the best fully equipped fishing boats from a Swedish company called Arronet. These boats have been carefully designed to be fast and stable at sea. Even in the roughest of conditions. They are well-known for their reliability. As this is a boat fishing competition, care has been taken to make sure that all the boats used are to the highest standard possible.

They all come fitted with Suzuki 150hp 4 stroke engines, which again, have been carefully picked for the reliability, how fuel-efficient they are and also how excellent 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 meaning that our guides at the cabins can constantly monitor where each boat is at any time during the fishing days.

This is with safety in mind as if there is an issue they will know precisely where each boat is. In the competition, there will be nine boats with four anglers in each boat taking part over the two-day event. The 10th boat will have our media team, a Nordic Sea Angling guide and a representative from Sportquest Holidays. This boat is not part of the Halibut fishing competition but will be on hand to photograph and film the event.

Guides

The guides on site will be there to meet you from the airports or ferry terminals. The guides will then transfer you and all your luggage to your cabin. They are then on hand each day to make sure your fishing experience is the best it can be.

The guides all speak fluent English along with many other languages and will go out of their way to ensure your holiday runs smoothly. If you have any questions when you are away, the guides are the first port of call. There is no guiding available during the Halibut fishing competition.

Other Activities

Lofoten islands are a significant attraction for many tourists as the scenery is like nothing else in Norway. The local Norwegians have nicknamed this part of Norway as ‘The Jewel of Norway’, and once you have spent a short time there, you will see why for yourself. At the destination, there are a few other activities on offer such as the comprehensive fishing village museum displaying 150-year fishing artefacts.

There is a small bakery on-site that is many years old and still produces bread and cakes as they used to all of those years ago. There are also many different trails and walks you can follow, and these will take you to some of the most stunning views looking across the open ocean, mountain lakes, and spectacular waterfalls.

Contact Us

If you have any questions regarding our Halibut Competition or any of our Sea fishing competitions for 2021 and 2022, please feel free to contact us. Our experienced team will be happy to help you with any queries you have. Still not sure if this fishing competition is right for you? Why not explore all our alternative Sea Fishing destinations in Norway or request a free brochure.

 

 

 

Accommodation
Å Lodge

The cabins at Å are located at the very end of the Lofoten islands set amongst some of the finest scenery you will find in northern Norway. Surrounded by steep-sided mountains that are normally tipped with snow makes for the perfect Norwegian sea fishing holiday. Experience the delights of the Norwegian sea that surrounds the Lofoten Islands that is rich with wildlife from Killer Whales to Sea Eagles, you will truly experience what Norway has to offer.

The Cabins

At Å on the Lofoten Islands, we have 10 cabins available ranging from 4 person cabins up to the larger ones that will house 8 guests. Each cabin comes complete with twin rooms consisting of single beds with sheets, pillows and a duvet. The Kitchens are well-appointed with electric stove with electric rings, a small fridge for essentials, pots, and pans, cutlery for the number of guests staying, glasses, small coffee cups for hot drinks and plates.

Each cabin will come with a private bathroom that has a free-standing shower cubicle, a toilet, and a washbasin. There is storage in the bathroom for your wash bags and you will be supplied with towels and a hand flannel, if you need more linen during your stay please ask at the reception in the hotel.

Norwegian Experience

In each cabin, there is an open plan living area joined on to the kitchen which is a great social area for talking fishy stories. There is a table that will seat the number of guests staying in the cabin and a sofa area with a coffee table which is the perfect place to organise all your fishing tackle. The cabins at Å have listed buildings so they have remained unchanged for many years. They used to belong to the fishing community many years ago and have been deliberately kept like this as it adds charm and a real feel of the Norwegian experience.

There are no TVs in any of the cabins as this would spoil the history of them and are basic Norwegian cabins so if you are looking for 5* accommodation this is not for you. These are the perfect base for anglers looking to be in the best location to take advantage of the excellent fishing surrounding this part of Norway.

Food & Drink

These cabins are solely self-catering meaning that you will be either cooking your own food our using the onsite restaurant whilst enjoying your stay.

When you head to Norway we suggest you take a coolbox with you in which to take your food. Provisions we suggest to take with you include meals like porridge for breakfast along with main meals like steak, sausages, pasta, rice and sauces (we would advise taking these types of food with you as they are available in Norway but these are fairly expensive). You have a local supermarket within a short walk from the cabins which is where we would suggest you buy fresh goods such as bread, milk, and eggs.

For those who prefer not to cook, there is an onsite restaurant that seats around 70 people and is open 7 days a week during the summer months. During spring and autumn, the hours are decreased and can be found by asking a member of the Sportquest Holidays team.

The restaurant offers a full board option when you are staying in the cabins which consist of; Breakfast – continental style breakfast buffet. Lunch – is a variety of local dishes made and sourced from local products. Dinner – there is an extensive menu to choose from and rangers from locally sourced dishes to more worldwide dishes. All allergies will be catered for.

The bar onsite is the perfect place to catch up on your sports as they have a big widescreen TV showing many different sports. At the bar, you will find snacks, beer, wine, and many tops shelve spirits. You can also buy fresh cakes, ice creams and small drinks which can be taken away.

On Location

Around the resort, you will find a very old bakery that has been producing bread and fresh cakes for well over 100 years. This lovely little building is like stepping back in time however the bread and cakes for sale are amazing and we highly recommend a visit there at least once during your stay.

 

Å Lodge The sea view from A Lofoten A fishing cabin at Å in Norway comfy bed after a good day sea fishing
Board: Self catering
Rooms: 2 x twin rooms
Internet: Free WiFi
Power: 230 Volts
Meals: Onsite restaurant (not included)
Alcohol: Available to purchase
Equipment Hire: Chargeable
Shop: Tackle shop
Cards Accepted: Debit / Credit Cards
Cash Accepted: Norwegian Kroner
Freezer Room: Walk in freezer
Filleting Area: Dedicated filleting area
Species Information
Halibut
Season: May to September
Peak: July & August
Weight: 20lb to 450lb
Average Weight: 80lb
Coalfish
Season: May to September
Peak: July to September
Weight: 5lb to 48lb
Average Weight: 20lb
Cod
Season: April to September
Peak: April & May
Weight: 10lb to 60lb
Average Weight: 25lb
Plaice
Season: May to September
Peak: July to September
Weight: 1lb to 8lb
Average Weight: 3lb

Itinerary

Although the fishing has set weeks, we have daily flights departing from the UK, therefore, should you wish to either extend your stay with additional days at the beginning or end in Norway, the itinerary below can be tailored to suit.

DAY 1:

Depart UK (alternative routes available)
Arrive Oslo

Depart Oslo
Arrive Bodo

Once you have picked up your luggage and cleared customs, you will make your way outside of the terminal where there will be a representative from Nordic Sea Angling waiting to transfer you to the ferry terminal. This takes 5 minutes.

Once you have arrived at the ferry ramp there will be an official person walking around taking payment for the ferry ticket. You can either pay by cash or credit/debit card Please note, the ticket is not included. The ferry crossing is around 3 hours long.

On arrival at Moskenes, you will be met and transferred to the fishing camp. This will take about 5 minutes.

Overnight accommodation: Norwegian Cabins (Twin rooms) S/C.

DAYS 2 & 3: FISHING DAYS

Over these two days, you can fish for whatever you so wish or you can choose to practise for the competition.

Overnight accommodation: Norwegian Cabins (Twin rooms) S/C

DAYS 4 & 5: COMPETITION FISHING DAYS

Competition starts at 7 am and all competitors will be required to have their boats loaded and pulled out of the harbour by no later than 06:45 am.

The main starting place will be just outside the harbour wall where a member of the Sportquest Holidays staff and a Nordic Sea Angling Guide will sound the horn at 7 am.

Each day teams must return back to the harbour no later than 5 pm to hand in your score sheets and pictures of the Halibut by no later than 6 pm (no exceptions).

On the 2nd day of the competition, there will be a prize-giving ceremony. This will start at around 8 pm in the onsite bar/restaurant.

A FULL list of the rules can be found here

Overnight accommodation: Norwegian Cabins (Twin rooms) S/C

DAYS 6 & 7: FISHING DAYS

The area around Lofoten is famous for its flatfish species, so with this in mind why not have a break from the hard fighting species of Norway and try targeting the Plaice that surround this part of Norway.

Simply find a nice quiet bay with a sandy bottom and fish away.

Overnight accommodation: Norwegian Cabins (Twin rooms) S/C

DAY 8:

In the morning you will check out of your cabin and then be transferred back to Moskenes ferry terminal for your crossing back to Bodo. Once you arrive at Bodo you will be met and transferred to the airport.

Depart Bodo
Arrive Oslo

Depart Oslo
Arrive UK

Prices

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.

Start Date End Date Days Nights Fishing Angler Non-Angler Availability Notes
01/07/2021 08/07/2021 8 7 6 £1,330 On Request Sold Out N/A
30/06/2022 07/07/2022 8 7 6 £1,378 On Request Enquire Now N/A

Price Notes

Price is based on four adults sharing transfers, fishing and accommodation for the competition (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.

ATOL
Holidays or flights booked with Sportquest Holidays Limited are protected by the Civil Aviation Authority by our ATOL bond (Number 6371). ATOL protects you from losing your money or being stranded abroad. It does this by carrying out financial checks on the firms it licenses and requiring a guarantee, called a bond.

What's Included

  • Transfers from Bodo airport to Ferry terminal return
  • Transfers from Moskenes to Å
  • All accommodation as per itinerary
  • Entry into the competition
  • 6 days fishing via self-drive boat
  • Fishing Boat with Sonar, chart plotter (GPS), VHF & radar
  • Freezer storage for your fish
  • Access to professional guide for guidance
  • Bed linen, towels and final cabin cleaning

What's Excluded

  • All international flights
  • Ferry ticket
  • Fuel for boat
  • Fishing tackle
  • Personal holiday insurance
  • Meals
  • Final boat cleaning

Options

  • Other UK departure airports are possible (additional cost) Please call a member of the Sportquest team for further information.

  • Fishing equipment (rod, reel, line) £50 pr week

  • Survival suits £45 pr week

Price Supplements

  • To enter the competition you must have a team of 4 people to compete.

Price Match Promise

We are so confident that our packaged prices are the best available and offer great value for money.

If, however, you find an identical holiday available with any other fully bonded Tour Operator at a lower price, we will match that price.

Financial Security

Holidays or flights booked with Sportquest Holidays Limited are protected by the Civil Aviation Authority by our ATOL bond (Number 6371). ATOL protects you from losing your money or being stranded abroad. It does this by carrying out financial checks on the firms it licenses and requiring a guarantee, called a bond.

Tour Notes

Visa

A machine-readable passport with at least 6 months before expiry. No visa for UK citizens required.

Medical Requirements

No vaccinations currently required

Please Note

All details of visa and medical requirements are correct at time of press however please check these requirements for changes.

Departure tax

There is no additional airport departure tax when leaving Norway

Flight Route & Flight Time

UK – Oslo (approx 2 hrs)

Oslo to Bodo (approx 1hr)

Baggage Allowance

Your actual allowance is based on both which airline you are flying with and also what class of seat you are travelling in. Normally in the economy it is 1 checked bag, Premium Economy / Business 2 checked bags, First 3 checked bags. In addition to your checked bags, you are also allowed 1 cabin bag and either 1-laptop bag or ladies handbag. The actual size and weight limit for bags are dependent on the airline. We, therefore, recommend that once your flights are booked you check on the airline’s website for the up to date allowances.

If your itinerary includes private light aircraft or helicopter flights we will advise you on your baggage and weight allowance.

Transfer Time

Bodo airport to Bodo ferry terminal (approx. 5mins)

Ferry crossing Bodo to Moskenes (approx. 3hrs)

Moskenes ferry terminal to Å (approx. 5mins)

Questions & Answers

How many people are allowed in the boat?

Each boat must have teams of four anglers entering the competition.

When can we register for the competition?

After each competition is complete the dates for the following year will be released. The competitors from the current competition will be given the first refusal of the following year’s competition. The remaining places will then be opened up to the general public. The spaces will be given to the first teams that confirm their spaces. The spaces will be very limited and a post and news letter will be sent to all who have signed up or follow us on Facebook announcing the open date and time of the following year’s competition.

How much does it cost to enter?

As this is a two-day event in the middle of a normal standard week-long holiday the price will be advertised on our website as soon as we release the dates. The price will include all flights from the UK, transfers in Norway, 7 nights’ accommodation, 6 days fishing (2 sets aside in the middle for the Halibut competition) and entry into the competition.

How many teams will there be entering?

We have booked the entire destinations so that’s 9 cabins and 9 boats. For 2022 we will look at increasing the numbers and in turn, the prize money will be greater depending on the numbers of entrants that participate.

Can we have a guide fish with us?

On the two day competition, there will be no Nordic Sea Angling Guides or Sportquest Guides fishing in the event. They will be around the destination before and after the event so if you need any information on fishing marks, baits and lures then they will be more than happy to help out, but they will not be available to guide during the event.

What hours can we fish in the competition?

We have set a time limit for each day. Both days the fishing will commence from just outside the harbour at 7 am and all boats must be back at the harbour no later than 5 pm to hand their score sheets in by no later than 6 pm.

Are there any restrictions on tackle that can be used?

Each angler can only use no more than one rod at any time. All rigs are allowed but please be sensible with hooks. No Live baits are allowed all fish baits must be dead before being put on the rigs. And during the competition, ALL halibut must be caught and released.

How do we record our catches?

You will be given a demonstration of how to correctly measure your Halibut the day before the competition. But this is what we need from each Halibut landed – We will need a clear image on a digital camera (not on a phone) of the Halibut secured to the side of the boat, we will supply each boat with a ruler which will need to be laid on the Halibut from the very front of the Halibuts mouth to the fork of its tail. We will also need you to hold your given team number on the fish. Get someone to stand above you to take the picture. The picture must be clear and also include both ends of the Halibut being measured. Once you have measured the fish and released it, you then must either text or call a marshal and give your team number and the size of the Halibut.

At the end of each day we will want your digital camera so we can put the pictures on to a laptop to make sure the measurement is correct (this is why it has to be on a camera and not a phone) then the Halibut, once verified, will be added to your team score.

What happens if I hook a Halibut right near the end of time?

If you are playing a Halibut towards the end of the allocated time, you must call a marshal. You will then be given an extra 30 minutes to land the fish but you must still hand your scores in NO later than 6 pm.

What happens if I am late handing in my score sheet?

Unfortunately, if we do not receive your daily scores before 6 pm then that days catch will be disqualified no exceptions.

What are the prizes?

For the 2021 Halibut competition, we have two main categories. The main prize will be the team event which is £4,000 for the team win. This is won by adding the total length of all the Halibut caught over the two days combined. Second prize £1,000, is the singles event which is allocated to the single person who catches the longest Halibut of the two-day event. We have many more prizes from leading tackle suppliers, rods and reel packages, trophies, magazines subscriptions and many more.

Blogs

Reviews

Keith

This was my first fishing holiday in Norway and I absolutely loved every minute of it.

From the friendly people to the excellent hosts on the boat, the scenery is outstanding and we caught lots of good size fish including my first ever Halibut which I was made up with.

We also watched as Sea Eagles swooped down to take fish off the surface.

I would definitely cannot wait to go again and cannot wait for next time

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Hi Keith

Thank you for the great feedback.

I am glad you had an amazing time and cannot wait to send you back over to Norway.

Tight lines

Matt

Ian

I enjoyed the whole holiday, the fishing was excellent and the hosts were very helpful.

Just keep doing what you're doing.

Thank you.

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Hi Ian

Thank you for your excellent feedback.

Tight Lines

Matt

Michael

3rd trip to Å in Norway. Guides very helpful weather was good. Boats and fishing gear are of excellent quality. Prices seem to go up on everything but thats just life. A discount for regular customers would be nice

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Hello Michael, really glad to hear you loved your trip again. Unfortunately things do go up in price and its something that we can not control. Maybe next time you book something we can do you a deal.......

All the best

Paul

Rob

One of the best fishing trips so far - and we have some crackers in Florida. The Coalfish fishing was outstanding in A. We were catching them up to 35LB on quite light spinning gear. And the Halibut??? Top fish over 200LBs!! And our final day we had a quadrupal hook up..... Outstanding Many thanks

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Hi Rob, thank you so much for your feedback. I told you guys you would love it.... The fishing there is some of the best in the whole of Norway and so glad you guys got to experience it.

GT's next!! I have the perfect destination for you guys, Madagascar....

Tight lines and speak soon

Paul

Neil

Info supplied was great. Great fishing equipment / Boat and fishing

Suggestions:

Daily Briefings from Guides to discuss weather / tides and potential fishing areas.

Taxi at airport / ferry more visible

Accommodation - Would be nice to have a tv (when get in at night or when cant get out)

and a toaster / microwave

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Hi Neil,

Thanks for your feedback and some good points raised. I completely agree the equipment / boats and fishing is world class in Norway.

I have mentioned a few times to the owner of the cabins about the TV and microwave being added but they have always said that they want to keep the cabins rustic and away from the modern world. I can kind of understand where they are coming from but as you mentioned it would be nice to have this to use if you so wish. Hopefully one day they may change their minds.

They are going to put in place some better signage on the transfer / taxi as this has been mentioned a couple of times and a very easy thing to fix

Let me know when you have decided about some dates and we can get something fixed in place.

Tight lines

Paul

Claire (Helen)

Lofoton and Å were excellent. André, our guide was very helpful, attentive and took us to some great spots for fishing. Taking food in the cool boxes worked well. The stop over Oslo hotel put our frozen fish in their big freezer. We would definitely return; but think we'll try the trip to Iceland in a couple of years. My husband already mentioned the problem with Bodo transfers. (It would have been more efficient if you had noted that I mentionedI didn't have a reception for mobile phone at home ie leave messages on landline & only use mobile for holiday, then I wouldn't have missed your calls.)

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Hi Claire, thank you for taking the time to fill out the feedback forms. So please you both had a fantastic holiday (shame about the transfer) I have put a big note at the top of your profile saying about the landline

All the best and speak soon

Paul

Colin

An amazing adventure. Beautiful place. I cannot fault anything about the trip.
Marcus the guide looked after us as well. Fishing was great; many, many Cod up to 39 pounds, large Coalfish, Ling and on my last day managed a 49 pound Halibut! Acomodation was lovely, and a lovely atmosphereat the camp. (Maybe a little more instruction and advice about using equipment i.e sounder and GPS. I felt the guide is used to more experienced clients.)

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Hello Colin
From what you have said it sounds like you had a great time with some cracking fish.

Where to next is the big question??

Tight Lines

Wayne

Just back from our third visit to 'A'. Fantastic place, fishing superb. day 1 we managed to get out and managed 3 Halibut, haddock, Cod, Dabs and a nice Coley. Unfortunately the weather wasn't good on the rest of the week so made fishing very hard. We managed to get out on the last day and landed 6 Halibut. We had arranged a competition with the guide boat and his French guests and we beat them 2nd year in a row. England 2 Swedes 0 Haha. Alexander the guide here is superb as is Martin in Nappstrumen. We can't thank them enough for all the advice and tackle required to catch Halibut. Really nice guys and made our holiday all that more special. Will definitely go back to 'A'. Flights and luggage:- I think a mention to all guests flying to Oslo, check that your luggage is being transferred as we were lucky to get ours again after losing it last year. Cabins could definitely do with a Microwave, Toaster and Possibly a T.V. for days when no fishing. Apart from that they are superb. Boats and tackle are first class.

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Hi Wayne
Thanks for the feedback on your holiday. Å really is a fantastic place and it is great to hear you caught some fish. Well done on beating the guide boat, those guides are at the top of their game and are all really great guys who will do anything to help the customers catch more fish. With regards to the luggage going through Oslo we do strongly talk about this in everybody's final departure paperwork. Its nice to hear you will be going back to Å in the near future.
All the best

Conan

Camp Å, Lofoten - great venue!

The best fishing for me is the Coalfish we caught them on rapala's towed at 3 knots. Also on poppers on the surface best to 18 kg. What a way to fish!

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Hello Conan, Sounds like you guys had a great week and glad to hear that the coalies played ball. They are awesome fish and fight so hard. I personally think that Å is one of the best places for huge Coalfish.

Hopefully we get to see your pictures soon

Tight lines and thanks for your feedback

Paul

Graham

The fishing was excellent, great location.
Would advise any new angler to the area to book a guide on their first trip out. Local knowledge is a great help.
Highlight, catching colefish, two/three 20lb+ fish every drift. largest colefish 36lb
Would visit again

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Hi Graham, thanks for your feedback. It is very important for us and the camp owners to know that we are getting things right.

This destination is awesome and the fishing is some of the best in Norway. Well done on that huge Coalfish

Tight lines

Paul

Wayne

Fantastic holiday from start to finish. 3 flights out and back with no problems at all. Lofoten such a magical place the fishing is just a bonus. First days fishing we saw killer Whales which came within 20 feet of our boat a real pleasure and fantastic pictures

Reply from Sportquest Holidays

Hi Wayne thanks for your feedback form it is very useful for future anglers wanting first hand experience of the destinations we offer. I have been to Å a few times now and love the place, its stunning surroundings are awesome plus like you say the fishing is a bonus.

We would be more than happy to get some dates fixed up for you guys next year. Just let me know

All the best

Paul

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