Norwegians have always been closely connected to the sea and enjoyed what the sea has to offer. The maritime resources have been an important fundament for the coastal communities throughout most of Norway's history. With its 83 000 km of coastline, including all islands, Norway has easy access to the sea! The country has long years of fishing traditions and is one of the world's biggest exporters of fish. Before the car, the sea had always been the best and fastest way to access all parts of Norway.

Fish is a big part of the Norwegian food culture and the fishing conditions along the West Coast are excellent. Deep sea fishing is a popular activity in these parts and the program can easily be adjusted to your wishes. An expert guide will join you for an authentic experience. Depending on the weather and the season, the best spots will be suggested to you. Get active and enjoy this day out on the great blue waters!

Alternative suggestions:

  • Fishing competition – who caught the biggest or weirdest fish of the day?
  • Exclusive dining experience in maritime surroundings where you will enjoy the best of Norway's fish and seafood.
  • Filet your own fish and help the local chefs prepare your catch of the day

The possible combinations are endless. Your expert guide knows where the fish hides and how to navigate the waters and will make sure you enjoy a perfect day. This is a tour that is both for experienced or fresh fishing experts. Basic fishing instructions can be provided if required.

Season: All year around, but according to weather.

Duration: From 3 hours up to one day.

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Contact

Address:
  • Strandkaien 61
  • 4005 STAVANGER
Phone:
51 85 09 20
Email:
post@bylocals.no
Website:
www.bylocals.no/tours/deep-sea-fishing

Green certifications

Deep Sea Fishing in Stavanger has received certification for its environmental efforts from:
  • MiljøfyrtårnMiljøfyrtårn
Environmental certification of private and public enterprises, also tourism.

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