The Lofoten Islands are renowned worldwide for their abundant fishing grounds, a tradition dating back to the Viking Age when stockfish became Norway’s largest export product. While the wintertime offers the best quality and diversity, fishing is an all-year-round activity here. You’ll have the opportunity to catch various species, including cod, saithe, redfish, catfish, herring, bream, flounder, halibut, salmon, and crab.
Join us aboard our traditional fishing boat, Elltor, and embark on a true fisherman’s adventure alongside our knowledgeable local captain, who was once a fisherman himself. He’ll gladly share his expertise and fascinating stories of the village’s fishing heritage. As you cast your lines, you’ll also be treated to breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, with the possibility of spotting eagles and seagulls soaring overhead, and even catching a glimpse of whales.
Catching your own fish will give you an indescribable feeling and create lasting memories of your time in Lofoten. After the fishing expedition, our captain will skillfully fillet the fish, and you may even have the option to take some of your self-caught fish home. We can arrange a delicious main course for you at Karoline Restaurant, featuring your very own «self-fished fish.»
Book now and get ready for an unforgettable fishing experience in the picturesque Lofoten Islands!