Experience the ultimate winter fishing adventure with us!
Winter fishing in Norway is a magical experience that combines the world's most rugged nature with world-class deep-sea fishing. The Arctic sky lights up with fantastic colors from the dancing Northern Lights, while beneath the sea, it teems with fish. Winter fishing in Norway can take the breath away from anyone!
The winter time is the time when Norway can offer its most iconic fishing adventure: skrei fishing. Skreien, swims from the Barents Sea to the Norwegian coast to spawn, and the phenomenon draws fishermen from all over the world to Norway.
Din Tur is proud to offer the best accommodation facilities and comfortable boats adapted to the extraordinary conditions winter in the north can offer. As a guest at one of our tailor-made destinations for winter fishing, you will be equipped with warm clothes and everything you need for a good day out on winter fishing. This is how you can combine fishing and looking for whales at sea during the day, with the northern lights and home-caught fish food in the evening.
Fishing in winter in Norway is not just about catching fish, but is an experience that touches all the senses. The sound of waves breaking against the boat, the smell of salt water and fish, the sight of the northern lights dancing across the sky, and the taste of fresh fish prepared in gourmet fashion.
Sørøya Rorbu og Havfiske
On Sørøya Rorbuer and Havfiske you will find a camp with high-standard accommodation units and cabin boats that offer the best comfort. Here you can experience fantastic fishing for the skrei, which stops at Sørøya to feed on capelin that arrive at the same time. At this time you experience whales and dolphins in large numbers, chasing after the small fish, and there is life everywhere. But the halibut fishing is also absolutely incredible at this time, most halibut spots are not far from the camp and offer spectacular fishing.
Amberfish is only 30 minutes from Tromsø Airport. In winter, there are promising fishing opportunities after skrei. The area around the legendary Malangsgrunn can be reached in a short time with fast and safe boats. If the weather does not permit fishing at Malangsgrunn, there are good fishing conditions for wolffish and halibut in the fjord and Kvalsund.
North Light and Fishing
Most anglers have heard about Lofoten and the spectacular winter fishing after skrei. With Lofoten North Light and Fishing, we offer modern houses of a very high standard in beautiful nature. The fleet of cabin boats gives you comfort and protection against wind and weather. At this time of year you will also find many good fishing spots for halibut and haddock just a stone's throw from the camp.
Here you have the opportunity to fish for skrei at the best fishing spots on the open sea. If the weather does not allow fishing on the outside, there are many opportunities to fish in the fjord. The fishing on Vannøy is well-known one of the best when it comes to halibut or skrei.
Maribell Sjøhus is only half an hour from Tromsø Airport. In winter, there are promising fishing opportunities after skrei. The fishing grounds on Malengengrund can be reached quickly with the safe and fast boats. You will also appreciate a filet rom where you don't have to freeze in this cold season. If the weather does not permit fishing at Malangsgrund, there are good fishing conditions for wolffish and halibut in the fjord and Kvalsund.
Here you can experience top winter fishing, it is only a few minutes from the Camp to the fishing grounds. The legendary Nappstraumen can also be reached in a short time. Here you have the best opportunities for fishing for skrei, halibut and other species in winter.
Risøyhamn Sjøhus is a modern fishing camp with all the requirements for good winter fishing. Here you can fish on the outside of Vesterålen when the weather permits. The fishing grounds can be reached with the fast and safe boats in around 1 hour. If the weather does not allow fishing on the open sea, you can fish in the fish-rich and well-known Andfjorden, which is just 15 minutes by boat.