Fish for trophy Halibut and Cod from Mefjordvær, a small fishing village located on the Senja island in northwestern Norway. Surrounded by mountains, it is located on of the most fish-filled fjords of the region. In the nearby area you can find Neolithic dwellings and tombs from the early Iron Age. Fishing is entrenched in the culture of the area, and myths and legends about fishing abound. Perhaps the most engaging and promising for potential anglers is the myth about Storlygar-Einar, who caught a halibut so large he had to tow it. Apparently, the horse pulled for 8 days in order to drag the fish out of the tide.
You will be fishing aboard the state-of-the-art Sargo flybridge boat, the perfect base for a luxurious Big Trophy fishing trip set among stunning Norwegian fjords. With a range of navigational tools on board and a knowledgeable crew, you will be in good hands as you search for your prize Halibut or Cod. Inside the galley there’s a fully-equipped bathroom that is as luxurious as if it were in a deluxe apartment, and there’s plenty of room to relax inside. Not that you’d want to, surrounded with picturesque scenery and enticing fishing! Luckily, the large deck comfortably holds up to six anglers.
The modern fisherman can hope to find big Skrei (Cod) weighing around 25-30kg passing by the mouth of the fjord all year round, especially from March to May. It is also common to find Pollock, Haddock, Cusk and Catfish, as well as big and small Halibut weighing as much as 60-70kg. Big Boat has enough deck space to tackle these enormous creatures, making it the perfect vessel for fishing in the area.
After a long day exploring the local surroundings and catching your prize fish, you might want to make the most of Mefjord Brygge’s outdoor, wood-fired hot tub and sauna, or just enjoy the northern lights from your accommodation. Please inquire about the variety of luxurious accommodation options available as part of the multiple day fishing trip.
Fishing License Included
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
Food (Lunch & Snacks)
About this listing
Sargo (Flybridge) originally built in 2016. Powered by 2 40HP Volvo Penta engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 400 knots.
Types of Fishing
About the Charter Operator
Member since November 2015