This location is perfectly protected from wind and weather and is situated just around the corner from Torsvag with direct access to the open sea. This region is well known as halibut country for a long time and is located just south of Sørøya. Also at this destination, the fishery focuses on species such as large cod, saithe, wolffish and so on, but the chances of catching (large) halibut are considerably higher here than elsewhere. Fishing here begins in May and lasts until October. There are several holiday homes available on site for a maximum of 4 and 6 people each. The site is located directly at the waterfront, with the boats literally on the doorstep.
This will be the sixth edition of our yearly growing and pleasurable festival. And this year we are going to Skjervoy again. This location is just around the corner from Torsvag, is very sheltered and has large and beautiful new boats. Here we will open again the hunt for the illustrious halibut. Do you feel like having a nice week with fish mates all with the same goal? Join us for a super week focused on halibut fishing! We promote catch & release! And of course we will be there ourselves for the personal guidance on the boats.
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Registration is possible until March 2023 but full = full. Click HERE to register!
The trip consists of:
The cost of this trip is € 1095,- per person excluding flights. If there are fewer people per house and boat, different prices apply.
The fishing here is ideal. There are many plateaus of different depths and there is also a lot of structure present. So there are many opportunities to fish and catch you specimen at this location. Overall, all the conditions for a perfect fishery are present. You fish in depths between 20 to 150 meters where both large and small fish swim around. To be able to fish in a specific way, the size of your ( artificial ) bait is crucial. So the following applies here: small bait - small fish and large bait - large fish.
Also here, halibut is caught above average length! But make no mistake: halibut fishing is one for die-hards and making hours is the key to success. From June to October, these beautiful flatfish can be caught regularly and the big ones in particular have made this region famous. Earlier in the year you can often also fish for halibut, but then you have to be lucky with the water temperature. There is a very experienced local guide available who speaks English and Norwegian and depending on the groupsize two or three Dutch, English and German speaking experienced guides from the organization who will provide you with the latest information regarding the hotspots and the fishing techniques and materials to be used.