Grand Fly Fishing Adventure | Nuuk
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Come along this mesmerizing fly-fishing adventure, deep into the veins of Nuuk fjord. This is a place dominated by the forces of nature and almost unreachable. This tour is for those who are seeking an adventure, allowing yourself to immerse in the Greenlandic wilderness and remote nature, in which you will be fishing in boisterous rivers.
After years of searching for the perfect fly-fishing river in Nuuk fjord, we have found the one. In this river, the trout fish are both big and strong. We ensure that t this is the best place to fish for trout in Nuuk.
The fish are longer, heavier and there are more of them than in any river in the fjord! The stretch used for fishing is 4 kilometres long and surrounded by untouched and uninhabited endless miles of arctic tundra. In the long strokes and swings of the river, the trout awaits to bite on the foam flies. The biggest fish caught in the river, was 85 cm long and so wide, that not even the hand of an adult man could reach around. It was approximately 6 kg heavy.
The camp consists of tents with room for 3, but shared by 2. At the campsite, there is a huge tent for joint activities. You will be given a box of food supplies for share with your tent mate, and a trangia set.
Stand by the great river and fly fish, while the arctic winds long to play with your hair, by booking! Check the booking availability by pressing ''Book Now'' above.
Your journey sets out from your departure location. Whether you travel to Greenland through Denmark or Iceland, you are promised an enchanting flight over the massive Greenland ice cap. It is a unique sight, to see the ice azure from above, you will sense the magnitude of Greenland infinite nature. When landing in Nuuk, you will be waiting for your fellow explorers to arrive. While waiting Vagn Hansen and his fly fishing companion Michael Rosing will take care of you, and if you are lucky you will be given a tour of Nuuk town.
When your fellow explorers arrive, you venture into the wilderness of Nuuk by helicopter. action-packed ride awaits for you and your fellow explorers. Today you will fly to a remote sight, only reachable by yawl at the highest tide and by helicopter. Due to the remoteness of this location, you will hopefully have the whole area for yourselves. Endless miles of elves and arctic tundra, is to be explored the next 4 days.
Arriving at the final destination of the day, you will be assigned a ''roommate'', whom you will share the 3 person tent with, and you will be given a box with food supplies, a trangia and other necessities. Settle in and take advantage of the midnight sun by fishing along the majestic river, for trout!
As you camp by the majestic river, holding the largest fish and most scenic landscape, you have the option to enjoy the breathtaking surroundings by hiking the mountain sides or participate in the highly professional art of fly-fishing, that the trip is all about. Follow Vagn and Michael for the best fishing spots along the river and get familiar with your surroundings and the wild life of Greenland. Due to the remoteness of the area, you will be in the presence of wild life in all sizes. The size of untouched arctic tundra stretches endless miles, provides balm for the soul.
You are promised to get a fish on the hook, as the amount of fish in this river are larger than anywhere in the Nuuk fjord. The fish are mainly trout, and they weigh up to 6 kilos. There is also the possibility to fish by yawl in the neighboring seas of the bay. Sit on the yawl and long-line fish, with the humpback whales playing hide and seek between the waves, next to you. Fish for arcadian redfish or cod.
Another day of fly-fishing for trout awaits. Venture deeper into the wilderness, along the river. Now that Vagn and Michael have showed you the best trout fly-fishing places, you have the rest of the river for yourself to play. Sit in the area of endless miles of uninhabited land and fly-fish!
Get up early, and get the most out of your day of fly fishing.
This will be your last chance to catch trout, before returning to Nuuk.
Stand by the river, while the arctic winds slip through your hair and confront the river peebles. Hopefully you have caught a large batch of trout, you have prepared for your home coming. Pack up camp and await your helicopter.
On the 4th day, you are accommodated by Vagn and Michael for the night, it is included in the price.
|• Helicopter departure/return Nuuk
• Food box
• Tent camp
• Yawl fishing
|• Fishing Equipment
• Flight to/from Greenland
What to bring
|• Warm clothes
• Fly fishing rod and reel outfit.
• Waders, wading boots, and other personal fishing gear.
• Rain jacket, fully waterproof.
• Clothing, fishing and lodge variety.
• Hat, wide-brimmed, for sun and eye protection.
• Polarized sunglasses.
• Day pack or fanny pack.
• Sunscreen, SPF 20 or higher.
• Mosquito repellant.
• Personal hygiene supplies-toothbrush, shaving kit, etc.
• Compact binoculars.
• Flash light or head lamp with extra batteries.
|There are no bathroom facilities.|
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18 500 DKK