Predator fishing

Of the 450000 lakes in Norway, many house a variety of predator fish. Monster pike (Esox lucius) upto 19kg (42lb), perch (Perca flavescens) upto 2kg (4.5lb) and not forgetting the cannibalistic brown trout (Salmo trutta) also known as ferox reaching in excess of 9kg (20lb).

Johan with a typical Norwegian predator.

Johan with a typical Norwegian predator.

Though fishing from the shore can be productive, nothing comes close to the efficiency and effectiveness of fishing from a boat. Not only can we find the fish on our fish finders so that we save ‘fishing blind’, but access areas that are otherwise inexcessable from the shore and cover the vast expanses of our Norwegian lakes. The use of our boats are included in our guiding costs.

A fine perch from one of the many lakes.

Another Norwegian predator. A fine perch from one of the many lakes.

 

Whether it be bait fishing, jerk bait, fly fishing or another method, we’re more than happy to you guide to where they live!