The histories about fishing in Norway probably leave no fisherman indifferent. With the abundance of fish and their size, this country attracts more and more foreigners every year.
Exceptional Nature and Adventure
The true fishermen say grabbing a fishing rod as well as other equipment and traveling to Norway is motivated by a desire to experience exotic and other fishing adventures typical of other lands. The fishermen, who have ready been to Norway and enjoying fishing there for many times, say that the experience of fishing has exceeded all the expectations of fishermen. Each time on the way to return home, they not only discuss the catch and the pleasures of fishing, but already then start planning next year’s fishing in Norway. Exclusive natural landscapes, a northern climate and extreme fishing seem like an ideal male hobby.
National Fishing Peculiarities
Typically, fishermen in Norway are not tied to one place. Every year they try to visit more and more places, see as much as possible and get to know the subtleties of the country. Perhaps the most important goal of the trip is to try as many fishing methods as possible. Fishing for shallow or trout in shallow and fast-flowing mountain streams, with Norwegian sea waves and strong halibut, cod, sea wolves, or to measure the depth of fjords drowning in the tranquility of mountains and forests.
Norwegians trust the foreigners, so they are renting accommodation houses with fishing equipment, and even motorboats. Often, they do not even ask if the foreigners know how to drive a boat or know the rules of how to behave in the water. This is not negligence and carelessness. From the Norwegian point of view, if an adult has come to such an extreme fishing, he simply has to take care of his own safety. No one is going to protect aa adult person.
Peace From Nature
A fishing company united by common interests, determined to engage in sea fishing, decided to travel to the Lofoten Peninsula, which is beyond the Arctic line. The fishermen had to take a ferry from Tallinn to the Finnish capital Helsinki, boarded a train and traveled to the northern part of the country. Senja Island has become the final destination. Although it takes more than two thousand kilometers to travel, the journey does not take long, as the constantly changing views of nature are simply enchanting.
Snow-capped mountain peaks, frozen lakes that are covered in ice until the end of May, dark and enigmatic fjord water, splashes of noisy waterfalls – these natural creations are not only attractive to tourists from other countries. Norwegians will never miss an opportunity to spend time in nature also. The tourism infrastructure in the country is arranged in such a way that you will easily survive with your backpack on your shoulders: you want to – travel with your stick on your back, you want to ride a bicycle – do it without any hesitation.