North cape Fishing was set up in 2017, after guests repeatedly mentioned how appreciated a fish camp would be in this wondrous area. Having experienced all the wonders nature and the ocean have to offer around the North Cape, the idea became a big success in short time.
North cape Fishing is located in the northernmost fishing village in the world, with around 50 residents whom are all fishermen by heart; Skarsvåg. This iconic, idyllic fishermen village lies close to the phenomenal North Cape on the arctic island of Mageroya, straight by the Barents sea. This remote part of Europe is the gem of the north for all those who seek to get away from their daily lives and reconnect with nature, the ocean and yourself.
The area is filled with colourful fishing villages and picture-perfect mountains and fjords. The authenticity of the area can be felt by the presence of the Sami and their 7000 reindeer, returning each summer. Amazing birdlife and outstanding whale activity will guarantee an unforgettable adventure. Fishing at the North cape should be on every anglers bucket list. The edge of Europe by your side, the midnight sun above your head, and the ocean around you, full of surprise. The north cape is the first area to receive the Skrei after winter, after its return from the North Pole. They arrive in spectacular amounts in early April. Other fish to expect throughout the season are massive cod, the feisty halibut, the colourful redfish, the monstrous catfish and all sizes of flatfish, but also coalfish and seadevil, haddock and pollack, salmon and trout. A lot of surprise awaits in the lively Barents sea.