|10-21-2003 10:54 PM|
|striblue||Welcome to the Forum and We will look forward to your participation!|
|10-21-2003 08:37 PM|
|juro||Welcome Welde! I look forward to your reports and perspectives on flyfishing from Norway. I've always wanted to fish Norway... someday I will!|
|10-21-2003 06:16 PM|
sounds like fun catching al of those grayling
44cm would be about 20 inches i think
|10-21-2003 09:42 AM|
Hello from Norway
Greetings flyfishers. I am 25 y.o and study wilderness management at Hedmark University College, south-east in Norway. It is lokated on the banks of river Glomma. The place is great for grayling, a species I had never landed until I came here in august. My personal rec so far is 44cm, but I think it would be possible to pass 50cm. The average size caught on a dry is 25-35cm, and on a normal 4hour day you pass 30 landed fish with ease. The river holds brownies, pike and lots of other species to, but because of many dams both up and downstream, "my" area holds mostly grayling. This si a d*mn shame, since I prefer trout, char and salmon - the most common flyfishing targets in my home waters up north.
If anyone need tips/advice about fishing in Norway, I might be able to help.