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Erik & Vera reiser snart - Lofoten 2021


Det er noen ting enhver sportsfisker bør få gjort før man legger seg i trepenalet. Hva den listen består av vil nok variere men en ting bør være på alle og enhvers liste, fisketur i Lofoten.

Jeg har vært privilegert nok til å ha fisket i Nord-Norge flere ganger, og tre av disse gangene har jeg vært i Lofoten. To av turene er dokumentert på bloggen, turen i 2011 finner du HER og turen i 2013 finner du HER. 

Undertegnede med kveite fra Lofoten i 2013.

Nå er det duket for en ny tur, og her følger planen for den. Siden jeg har hatt noen turer i området ble det naturlig at målet for denne turen ble Hemmingodden Lodge ved Ballstad. Området kjenner jeg fra tidligere turer, og folkene på Hemmingodden ble varmt anbefalt av flere. Legg til at prisene er OK, utvalget av båter helt topp, reiseveien med fly er kurant og stedet driftes på en utmerket måte, så var det ingen tvil. Etter en hyggelig mailutveksling med Sofie var både bo og båt booket. Vi har med eget fiskeutstyr men valgte å leie flytedresser der siden de ellers tar opp mye plass i bagasjen. Hemmingodden kan dog utstyre deg fult og helt om du ønsker det, inkludert guidet fisketur. Du kan mer eller mindre møte opp i shorts og T-skjorte, bli dresset opp og utstyrt med alt det nødvendige, og få det hele servert på et sølvfat om du ønsker det. 

Målet er kveite. Vera har ikke fått kveite før, og jeg digger arten, så 1. prioritet er nesten selvskreven. Så har vi med litt variert utstyr også, ikke minst med tanke på vekslende vær, slik at vi for eksempel kan kjøre litt rettet meite etter rødspette , eller mer pelagisk fiske etter sei.

Sjekk gjerne ut Hemmingoddens nettsider, deres Facebookside og ikke minst Instagram for inspirasjon til DIN neste drømmetur til Lofoten. Et kjapt søk på Youtube er også verdt litt tid. Her ser du to ikke ukjente fjes som besøkte nettopp Hemmingodden i 2019:


Jeg tar ikke med skjorte og slips, men vi forlater uansett Gardermoen fredag 04.06.21 og blir i paradis en uke. Følg med Team Colibri på Facebook og Instagram for løpende rapportering, og bloggen her for oppsummering når vi er vel hjemme igjen og har summet oss litt. Kanskje klarer vi å få fanget noe magisk på film også, da havner det på vår youtube-kanal. 

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