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Seabass fishing Western Norway

Norway, vestlandet, bergen
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6 hours

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

4 people


English, Norwegian


Sea bass fishing has grown rapidly over the last couple of years in Norway. This fish has lived in our waters for a very long time and has now settled along most of our coast from south to north. After their first encounters with this fish, the fly fishing community have never looked back and in many places this fish is more popular than sea trout. Their habitat is not that different from what we look for when fishing for sea trout, but the main difference is in the preferred temperature and type of flies. When out fishing, early morning or late evening is usually the best.

On this guidet tour we want to start bright and early. Should there be circumstances that will require change, this will be communicated in advanced. By starting the day early as possible we are able to get the most out of the day, and it’s always nice to have some extra time. When we are halfway, a tasteful lunch with local food is served by the guide. Remember to bring extra food, drink and clothing.

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  • High quality lunch by the sea.
  • The beautiful west coast and and it`s fishing opportunities.


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Day 1 - Seabass
Day 1 - Seabass

This guided tour takes you through the beautiful west coast in Norway and it's meany fishing spots for seabass.

Target species.
Target species.


Free from waste.
Free from waste.

This symbols our work for a cleaner world. So to help out, we encourage everyone to be good examples and pick up waste when fishing or using nature.


  • Lunch.
  • Transport.
  • Personal guide.
  • Rods, reels & flies.
  • Beverages.


June - November


3500 NOK one pers + 1500 NOK pr. extra pers.

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Tour's Location

Norway, vestlandet, bergen


Are the fish wild/natural in Norway?
In this case we say yes. All fish are 100% wild. Norway is one of the best countries to visit if you want to catch wild fish. When that’s said there are lakes and rivers that have a conservative stocking policy to support the wild population. All our adventures or guided trips is specified if the fish are wild or in some way stock.
Besides lunch, do we have to bring extra food and drinks?
Yes, we recommend that. Fruits, drinks and other snacks is always nice to have.

If the weather is bad do you cancel?
No, we cancel if the weather is very, very bad. We fish regardless of the weather, it's a part of the experience.
Can you teach beginners to fish?
Of course. Normal fishing can be taught very quickly. Fly fishing is a little bit more difficult and takes some practice to learn. If you catch one or to fish on your first day of fly fishing. This should be seen as a great achievement.
Is catching fish guaranteed?
In fishing nothing is guaranteed, but the vast majority of people we guide or design trips for catch fish. The thing we can guarantee is that every trip is something you will truly enjoy and remember for the rest of your life.
Do you teach fishing techniques?
We have an own section of curses where we teach fishing and flyfishing techniques specifically. Otherwise, we integrate this in a natural way when we guide.
What is your season?
All year, but the general season is late March until December depending on which fish species you’d like to catch.
Should I tip the guide?
We appreciate any tips or gifts, so this is up to you.
What equipment do I need to bring??
We can provide all fishing equipment if needed. Unless otherwise agreed you need outdoor clothes including a wind and waterproof jacket good hiking shoes and sunglasses.
Do we need a fishing license when booking an adventure or guided trip?
No, this is included in all services besides anadromous fishing.


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