Fishing Stavanger offers professional guidance and a unique experience on the water surrounding Stavanger, Norway. Whether you are a fishing enthusiast or a tourist hoping to test the waters, Capt. Ulf and his crew welcome you aboard.
MS RAPP is a 50’ saltwater fishing boat originally built in Risør in 1913. In 2012 this vessel was restored and gracefully transformed into a modern fishing boat, featuring advanced fishing technology and many amenities. On board you will find GPS, fishfinder, a multimedia system, heating, and an onboard toilet. MS RAPP is certified for 8 passengers and children are welcome.
While fishing with Capt. Ulf and his crew you will have the opportunity to target a variety of local species. You will sail out from Stavanger harbor and head to the fishing spots that they know can provide a good catch. Several hours of deep water fjord fishing gives you a chance to catch Cod, Ling, Flounder, Conger Eel, Haddock, Whiting, and more.
A full day charter expands your possibilities, with a chance to cast lines in water as deep as 400 meters (roughly 1,312 feet). While fishing these depths you might reel in Halibut, Ling, large Catfish, and much more. Anglers need to provide their own gear for any fishing in water deeper than 80 meters (263 feet).
Fishing Stavanger provides Sølvkroken fishing gear and fresh bait. No fishing license is required for recreational fishing in Stavanger. You may keep your catch or you can release it back into the water for another day.
Book your trip today and discover the endless opportunities these waters have to offer!
You Keep Catch
Rods, reels & tackle
FAQs about Fishing Stavanger
- NOK 14,400 per group - Full Day - Deep Water Fishing (6 hours)
- Multimedia System
- Ice Box
- Rods, reels & tackle (Sponsored by Sølvkroken)
- Lures (And fresh Mackerel )
- First Mate
- Inshore Fishing
- Nearshore Fishing
- Light Tackle
- Heavy Tackle
- Bottom Fishing
- Common Ling
- Conger Eel
- Mackerel (Atlantic)
- Shark (Greenland)
- Spanish Mackerel (Narrow-barred)
Meet the Captain
About this listing
Risør (Sailing yacht) originally built in 1913, and restored in 2012. Powered by a 40HP Semidiesel glowhead engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 7 knots.
Types of fishing
If it is unsafe to travel, you may still cancel free of charge or change the date(s) of your booking.
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