This autumn the weather has been fairly good up here in arctic Norway. In Tromsø just now it is mild temperatures around 5 degrees celcius and no snow on the ground. Hopefully it will get a little colder so we can have some snow - since the sun these days will disappear under the horizon up here, it will be very dark without snow.
Most of my trips this season after halibuts have been very succesful, and I also had some nice Arctic Safari trips fishing for cod with nice people.
Unfortunately the whales have moved more to the north after the herring, but just now its a great feast going on with orcas and humpbacks just outside Skjervøy. The trip from Tromsø to Skjervøy takes close to 5 hours with the M/V Bigfisher II and I am ready to go there on two- day trips if some of you are keen to watch this great adventure with the big whales. Just let me know - my mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are some pictures from some of the halibut trips this season.
|Ben Brodrecht from Germany with a 152 cm nice halibut
|Frank Brodrecht and his son Ben with a small beauty that was released without injury
|Gynter Storr with A 200 cm big halibut from this summer - the biggest halibut so far this year on the Bigfisher II
|Nice feeling far off the coast with the Bigfisher
|Team Arctic Safari with a good halibut catch
|Anni with a nice halibut
|A big Ling from Malangsgrunnen
|Nice halibut on the Halibuthunter
|Big cod at Malangsgrunnen