Northern Norway Fishing

Posted October 9th, 2013 by Sandra

Fishing at sea is free, license to fish in the rivers at extra charge. Over the last decade has become a very popular king crab fishing. These large crustaceans Fjords of Norway invaded after moving along the coastline of Russia. Further detail on the location of fishing: Fishing Vacations in Northern Norway Fishing in Norway offers world-class recreation. Catching cod, halibut and pollock against the background of beautiful nature. Gulf Stream and the Arctic Ocean creates one of the best marine areas in the world for breeding krill and plankton-based food chain for herring and pollock. Huge cod, halibut, sea feature, catfish and others can be caught in these waters. Fishing for any species of fish is exceptional from May to September.

Most of the cod and halibut can be caught from February to October. For king crab optimum time from September to October, when his claws are filled to 85% of delicious meat. Man enough to eat a hearty two claws, and the day of our fishermen caught no less than 10 crabs per person. So with the tour they returned with a large margin gourmet meat. Salmon and sea trout abound in many fjords, feeding them going on freshwater inflows in May until August before they migrate into freshwater to spawn water. On our tours for salmon can be found on the site. Most often, half the cost of the tour justify our fishermen brought in fish and crabs, and some of the more fortunate or skilled, the entire cost.

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