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    Default Fly Fishing in Norway

    This year I want to go fishing rivers of Norway, espcially for grayling !
    Here in France, the most well known river for grayling is Glomma.
    Many french go fishing this river each year and I have informations for this destination ...
    I need your help to get informations on other rivers ...
    The best was if you are or if you know a norvegian flyfisherman who wants to go fishing with us this will be great !
    Or if you know a club, or a forum where I can meet and talk with norvegian ...
    Thanks for your help !

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    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    St Albans, Herts

    Default Re: Fly Fishing in Norway

    Hi glabitude,

    Couple of guys on here know a thing or 2 about Norway; 'wiggy' and 'doc salmo'. Wiggy lives and guides in the south of Norway and Doc has fished there before.
    I considered a fishing holiday there 2 or 3 years ago and contacted a company 'altafishing' or something similar; a guy called Nicklas and they do some interesting packages. I think I changed my mind when I saw the midges all over someone's face, hands, everywhere!

    Good luck and keep us in touch if you decide to go.


    p.s please stop beating us at Rugby.

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    Default Re: Fly Fishing in Norway

    Thanks for this !

    About Rugby, be sure that these is not my fault !
    In France we say " England never loose but sometimes they don't win !"

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    Join Date
    Aug 2006
    Mandal, Norway

    Default Re: Fly Fishing in Norway

    Do get in touch if you're wondering about anything Norwegian and I may be able to help.

    Regards, Ryan.
    Professional IFFF and EFFA Flyfishing Guide @

    House of Hardy ProTeam member

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    Jul 2013
    Very close to Amsterdam
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    Default Re: Fly Fishing in Norway

    Glomma is definitely a wonderful river for grayling fishing. a few years ago I spent a week at Kvennan camping near Tynset. You just wake up, get your rod, step into the river and start catching 40cm+ grayling (ok, that is exaggerating it, but only a little bit). another good location to start is Koppang camping. on both locations you can get a local guide or get in touch with the river keeper to accompany you for a day of part of a day. And you will find that you can meet up with plenty other firshermen who can give you tips.

    Make use to bring loads of sedge patterns and f-flies.
    Gefeliciteerd, je hebt deze zin zojuist vertaald.

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    Default Re: Fly Fishing in Norway

    I can recommend Norwegian Lapland. You can go with or without guide. A good guide is Niklas from | Home

    You will catch a lot of grayling. And big ones! In the summer of 2017, I had 90% of my grayling above 45 cm. And also very fat. I caught them on dry flies and streamers.

    However, take precautions against the mosquitoes! Or they will eat you alive. I remember that I woke up in the morning because of "the sound of raindrops on my tent". Well, it weren't raindrops... But thousands of mosquitoes trying to get inside

    Here's a little video that I made about this fishing trip.

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