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Fishing in Nord-Norge
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A real Arctic adventure in the Lyngen Alps: Complete with ice drill, fishing roads and lures, you venture onto the frozen lake and try and catch a fish or two, including the elusive Arctic char. Hot drinks and food around the campfire add to the feeling of being in the wilderness.
At its strongest, the ocean current between the islands of Ryøya and Kvaløya runs like a small river. Many species of birds and fish can be found in this area, which is called Rystrømmen. When you drop a fishing line, you may catch an assortment of cod, wolfish and saith (pollock).
Tromsø Båtcharter offers boattrips in the Tromsø area. We do fishing trips, sightseeing, northern lights tours, whale safari, transport etc.
This tour takes you out on the Lyngenfjord, where steep mountains plunge into the fjord. On the tour there are good possibilities to see the local birdlife, sea eagles can often be seen as they hunt for food.
On board you can enjoy the view of the Lyngen Alps, while trying your luck with fishing. Our boat is both solid and safe, the crew is knowledgeable and experienced and will take you out on a fishing trip on the fjord.
Join Kjetil on a boattrip on the Lyngenfjord. This is a flexible trip which takes into account what you as a guest wish to experience. If you would like to fish, Kjetil has fishing equipment on board. Is there a wish for sightseeing from the seaside, this is also possible.
Why not take a 24 hour boattrip on the Lyngenfjord, with accomodation onboard a boat? You get to experience the Lyngenfjord with the Lyngen Alps, the possibility to go ashore, make a fire and enjoy a summersday/evening above the arctic circle. It will also be possible to fish as much as you like.
Come on a winter fishing tour by boat to the Lyngen Alps. We drive from Tromsø to Lyngen where the boat is waiting.
We’ll set out from Svolvær heading for old, well known fishing spots like Hølla in the Vestfjord.
Come on a fishing trip by boat almost to 'the end of the world', where steep mountains fall straight into the fjord.