Sea Angling in Norway

Project Travel has organised a number of successful trips sea angling in Norway for Irish angling clubs, mainly in search of sea bass, cod and trout. We can arrange all equipment and boat hire as well as transport and accommodation.

Based on discussions with you we recommend the most suitable location and accommodation, be it hotel, guest house or self-catering ‘rorbu’ (renovated fishermen’s cottages, many of them quite luxurious!) and ensure we get the best possible value for your ideal tour.

We organise everything required from the flights (including extra luggage requirements), transfers, accommodation, boat hire and if necessary, equipment hire. If you want a guide for all or part of your holiday we can arrange that too. We can also build in some extra time before or after the fishing element of your trip in a Norwegian city – depending on where you are based in the country. Some of the most popular destinations for sea angling trips in northern Norway are within a 3 hour drive of Tromso.

We will provide all necessary information to ensure your group has a hassle-free experience and would be delighted to help you organise your next sea angling trip. Please contact us on 01 – 210 8391 to discuss your requirements.

sea angling in Norway trip
Sea Angling group tours to Norway from Ireland

Group of 4 anglers sharing a rorbu or hotel for 7 nights on a B&B basis, including flights, transfers in Norway and boat for 6 days.

Estimated 2019 Cost: from €1695 per person

 

 

Group of 2 anglers for 4 nights sharing a twin room half-board (breakfast and evening meal) in a 3* hotel in Tromsø, including flights, boat with skipper for 2 days (includes 3 hours per day, longer options available).

Estimated 2019 Cost: from €1195 per person

 

 

Prices correct at time of print (Oct 2018). E&OE.
Subject to availability at time of booking. 


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Please call us now on 01 210 8391 or email contact@project-travel.ie to find out more or to book immediately.

Image credits:  Johan Wildhagen, Innovation Norway, Hurtigruten

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