The island of Sørøya just off the coast of Norway during summer is a fishing spot in its own class. Four Dutch anglers were once reported to catch eight halibut up to 100 pounds in just seven days! Just as an extra the caught around 30 pounds of cod at the same time. Another angling party from Austria went home with more than 100 wolffish after just a week of fishing. These are catches that probably make every angler itchy to get going. Sørøya is still an almost untouched fishing area with really big cathces lurking in the deep.
The island of Bohol, still an island almost untouched by tourism (except Alona Beach in Panglao Iceland), gives its visitors a feeling of a world in which time has stood still. There is no distinct rainy season - Bohol is a rather dry tropical island with little rain and a very pleasant climate. Temperatures vary only a few degrees throughout the year. The water always provides pleasant immersion temperatures between 27 ° C and 29 ° C.