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About Fishing Tours

1. What kind of fish are there in Greenland?

Arctic char can be caught anywhere in Greenland, in rivers, lakes, and along the coast. There is only one river in Greenland where salmon spawn, at the bottom of Nuuk Fiord.

Sea fishing is popular all around Greenland. You will find cod and sculpin everywhere. There are fine spots for redfish (also known as rose fish or ocean perch) in Nuuk Fiord. Other species that are often fished by locals are halibut, flounder, wolffish and capelin, among others.

2. Are there tours that families with children can join?

Yes, fishing tours are perfect for families. Sea fishing from a boat is practically guaranteed to get catches, and a lot of fun for children. 

3. Can I do ice fishing?

Yes, you can do ice fishing on sea ice in the winter anywhere up north, either within walking distance from town, or going out by dogsled or snowmobile. Walking on sea ice is safe in the winter and early spring, but always seek local information before you go, if you are not going out with a guide.

4. Do I need a fishing license?

Yes, you do. If you’re joining a fishing tour, many tours will have the license included. Otherwise, ask at a tourist office or the local post office. A 24-hour fishing licence costs 75 dkk, for one week it’s 200 dkk.