Catch a Norwegian salmon this July/August

The end of the Gaula season offers anything from sea-trout and grilse of 4lb up to salmon in the thirties and forties of pounds. Fresh fish are there to be caught and big ones too. Daylight hours are more ‘normal’ to UK rods here, and the changing colours of the leaves and landscape, with wild fruits growing and Norway’s wildlife feasting before the long winter will delight.
And then there’s the fishing on majestic, varied pools and superlative fly water. It’s a time when rain is likely to fall and bring in the later runs of ‘Gaula Silver’ from the seas. A short, reasonably priced flight from Gatwick to Trondheim with takes you out there with sport continuing until midnight on the last day.

I’m going out there for my fourth consecutive year from August 19-31 and if you’d like to join my group then drop me a line or visit and see what sort of fish await you by browsing the ‘Seasons Reports’ section.
I will also be going out there for the NFC Week 31 – July 29-Aug 5 – when I will provide a guiding service at NFC club rates or there are vacancies on Bernd Kuleisa’s Week 1 of his course (again see courses section on www.nfc-online)
Don’t just fish the Gaula in your dreams. Do it for real this year!


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Born to fish forced to work and fish
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