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