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If sea fishing is running through your veins - Norway has it all. Stunning scenery, generally sheltered sea fishing, a huge choice of species, and a chance to beat your personal best big cod, big halibut, coalfish, or wolfish as well as many other species.
Anglers World holidays have spent years researching coastal sea fishing in Norway. To experience huge catches of quality fish this is the place to visit, the sea fishing simply gets better the further north you go.
The combination of the gulf stream and the Arctic ocean, together with Norway's strict commercial sea fishing policy has resulted in an increase of big coastal cod and halibut populations. Our clients frequently report 30 40 50lb cod each season and 60 to 70lb cod are caught occasionally. Haddock can also weigh into double figures, huge halibut exceeding 400lb are also reported in these waters, usually in late summer into early autumn. Big coalfish also arrive close to shore in the Troms Region in late summer these can exceed 30lb plus.
SAS operate the most reliable service to Tromso via Oslo, Stockholm or Copenhagen with fast connections. It's generally a good days travel from your UK airport to your accommodation. You get 6 full days fishing in a weeks holiday and in summer it is always daylight in the north of Norway. Flights depart from most major UK airports but the better connections are usually from Heathrow. Most fishing centres provide the option of private road transfers from the nearest airport. You may choose self drive car rental or take the public transfers either by fast ferry or bus depending on your chosen location. We can advise on the best option depending on your flight arrival time. Flights from the UK are not included.
Self drive boat hire is included at all centres. Lauklines also offer skippered fishing for a variety of durations. We can create bespoke packages too.
20 kg of fish fillets per person can be exported. Trophy size and undersize fish must be released.
Please note registered fishing camps are obliged to report catches to the fisheries authorities and visiting anglers are now required to complete a catch report whilst in resort.
Safety Rules: NORWAY
Boats are supplied with buoyancy jackets. Some centres will hire floatation suits ideal during the off peak months.
At least one person in the group must have boat operation experience. If born after 1/1/1980 and operating a boat of 25hp and above he/she will be requested to supply an ICC, International Certificate of Competence.
Excellent courses are operated by.. www.RYA.org.uk. They have centres throughout the UK.
Each centre will provide a short induction upon arrival prior to the supply of your boat.
Ensure your passport is valid for your trip. Most destinations insist that your passport must have an expiry date at least 6 months after your return flight. It is important that you check both your issue date and expiry date on your passport. If you have renewed your passport early in the past, the passport office could have added these extra months to your expiry date. Some countries, particularly in the EU, do not recognise these extra months. You should assume that your passport validity is 10 years from the date of issue.
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