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Dates available in Shetland 2016 as follows:
Turbot and Wrecks April 15/16/17/18/19/20
Cod & Ling May 18th to 22nd 27th/28th
June 3rd to 5th All species
June 6th to 10th offshore wrecks
June 28th to 1st July all species
August 22nd to 30th
Sept 3rd to 11th
Sept 19th to 30th
Please contact me by email or txt and i will call you back asap
firstname.lastname@example.org or 07793120958 +447793120958
The 2015 season did see some fantastic catches and huge fish, catches included,Ling to 63 lbs, Cod to 42 lbs, Coalfish to 29 lbs and Turbot to 23 lbs and Haddock to 8 lbs...
Dave Wilson and his crew had some fantastic sport and on one drift over a wreck had five ling all over 40 lbs with the best at 48 lbs
August did see the return of good Turbot with two big flats at 22lbs for Richard Hooper's group
Dates for 2016 from April are now available and listed in the schedules page and above, Turbot fishing can be very good in the early months with the Cod arriving in mid April.....
To book a trip call John on 07793120958 or +44 7793120958 or email
You can also use the contact form on the contact page
Trio 111 has now had her first season fishing in Shetland and has proved to be the right vessel to cope with the Atlantic swell and conditions..With 22 metres of deck space you can easily fish 10, however with your enjoyment and safety in mind i do like to keep the numbers to a max of 8 anglers. We can take 10 by request from groups and clubs.
This new vessel is fast with a cruising speed of 17 knots and very stable with long range capability, new wrecks and the deep waters of the continental shelf are now within range. New marks and new species will be targeted.
Since we started fishing in Shetland 5 years ago we can now proudly claim to have put Scottish Sea angling back at the forefront of Angling in the UK, and we would also claim we can give Norway a good run in the Cod fishing stakes any day.
We now hold the Scottish record for Turbot at over 31 lbs, Torsk at over 17 lbs and Coalfish at over 32 lbs. We regularly
land and return Cod at over 30 lbs and have had ling every season at over 50 lbs. Add in, Haddock to 10 lbs and Hake at 22 lbs, Angler fish at 22 lbs and you start to get a picture that Shetland is the place for big fish. This is true, but it is also the venue for large catches.
Prices for 2016 are remaining the same as 2014 and 2015 with no price increase. Individual spaces are the same as my old boat Oberon which is now run by Kenny.