Monthly Archives: August 2010

Three in Norway

That’s salmon, not late-Victorian gentlemen. Pics and story of a wonderful week on the Gaula tomorrow.

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It’s raining in Trondheim

If you read those words and it makes you feel very excited, then you are probably just off to fish the Gaula. All right, that’s where I’m off to on Sunday and after an Atlantic weather map that for weeks … Continue reading

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Lakselva’s Big One

Charlie White at Roxtons brings news of a salmon of at least 48.5 lb caught on Norway’s Lakselva river by one of their guests. The same day saw fish of 30 lb, 24 lb and 18 lb come to the … Continue reading

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A week of 48 salmon

Week 31 on the Norwegian Flyfishers’ Club beats of Norway’s River Gaula produced 48 salmon and grilse in the end. There was some nice summer fly water (see http://www.nfc-online.com) but fresh rainfall would be appreciated now. It is a stunning … Continue reading

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There’s still time to fish the Gaula

The grilse have arrived on the Gaula, but there’s some very big fish running this superb Norwegian river as well. Good summer levels. The very best salmon fly water you can imagine. Just perfect really, so perhaps it’s time for … Continue reading

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Tied by masters

I was recently sent the following sets of flies by two master tyers. Can anyone guess who they might be?

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