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Old 05-31-2003, 09:54 AM
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Looks like you people have a great thing going here.
Q- are there any one from Europe on this forum? or are you all from US and Canada ?
Only wonder, since i´m new at this!
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Old 05-31-2003, 10:40 AM
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Hi and welcome to the site.
You will find a lot of friendly people in this forum, lots of expertise as well. And yes, I am from Europe, The Netherlands to be precise...
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Old 05-31-2003, 11:26 AM
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Hi Hans
God to hear that there are a bunch of frendly flyfishers here.
i´l spend some time surfing around and se what this is all about

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Old 05-31-2003, 12:39 PM
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Dalalven is in Scandinavia?
My first guess would be Norway....
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Old 05-31-2003, 01:18 PM
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Dalälven in Sweden.. have you heard about it? it goes from the west to the east of Sweden.
It´s the nearest streaming water in reach from Stockholm.
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Welcome to the Forum... I have been in touch with a Dutch flyfishing web site and have been asked to send them steps to my featherbrain after it is published here. I can't remeber the site but it is run by a Hans W. I think. Glad to have you here..
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Thank´s striblue
I´m glad to be here, i tink i´m going to learn a lot about flyfishing by reading and take part of the forums at this site
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Hi,
in fact I never heard of the Dalalven, but I have been, and will be in Sweden. Sweden if filled with rivers I think... one can hardly know them all. I might go to the Morrum next spring.
On our annual trip to Norway (in August) we usually take the ferry from Kiel (Germany) to Goteborg. From there we travel up north to the Gaula, to do some salmon- and seatroutfishing.
Last year it had not been raining for 10! weeks, so the waterlevel in the Gaula was less than 2 inches.
We went to fish the Orkla in the same area, with is being supplied from a huge hydrolake, but even this lake was emptying after a few weeks.
Had some fun though, got some fish, but no fresh runners.
Who knows, this year will be better...
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Hi Hans

You might heard about Älvkarleby? älvkarleby is located in the end of Dalälven, i think it´s 180km. north of Stockholm. There is a god chance to catch salmon and seatrout there.

Mörrumsån is located south of Stockholm, i´m not sure of the distance but i think i could be 250km.

So you travels to Norway for som fishing. Norway is a country with a great nature, so when you go there you catch more than fish.

The most of my fishing time i spent around Stockholm, here i fish in both freshwater and saltwater "if you can call it salt" and trying to catch salmon, seatrout, trout and rainbow (catch and release)

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