This location in Bomlo sets a new standard for enjoying a fishing trip in Norway. Not only in terms of lodging, but also in terms of location and fishing boats, is this the perfect choice for a fishing trip in the south of Norway.
Bomlo has an enormous amount of islands in front of the coast and in its vicinity. Because of these islands there is a great diversity in depths and structure under water. In addition, the rich sea currents bring a continuous flow of food around these islands, which means that a lot of fish is caught at this location. Bomlo is known for its rich and diverse fish stocks. You do not need luck here to fish successfully. Around the islands archipelago and on more out to open sea, fishing success is guaranteed. The coastal landscape with its islands and bays, the wide fjord but also narrow passages and canals make it possible to fish regardless of the weather.
In the area of Bomlo there are around 1000 large and small islands. Bomlo has always been connected to the sea and the islanders have a long tradition as fishermen. After the last ice age, people moved further north from southern Norway. Bomlo and the Sunnhordland were the perfect place to relax and go fishing. In Bomlo you are always close to the sea. Sailing and fishing are a natural part of most islanders' lives. The island is large enough to offer a memorable fishing trip to all visitors.
The location is very sheltered and offers the opportunity to go fishing in practically all kinds of weather. This is special in this region and is a pleasant thought and an important reason why this location is booked so often. In the streams around the islands, sheltered behind the island of Bomlo or on the open sea. It is all possible here and it also offers a variety of fishing. At depth on large tusk or ling of 20 kilos and more, or with lures or natural bait fishing for hake, cod, coalfish, wolffish, haddock and halibut. Also active fishing for pollack and mackerel around the islands or targeting flatfish are some of the options. And if you want a different day or the weather is less favourable, there are a lot of lakes in the vicinity where you can fish for trout. So don't forget to bring the light spinning rods as well. Freshwater fishing requires a separate licence, which the owner will be happy to assist you in purchasing. All in all, a top location for fishing in the south of Norway.
three nice articles on this location (in Dutch).