Exclusive fishing in beautiful Abjøra river
Imagine coming to Norway and having the grand nature of the Binndalen valley and the river Åbjøra at your own personal disposal. Seven kilometres of pristine river and a traditional Norwegian cabin to house you and your group. This is the home of brown trout, sea trout and salmon – all in the same water system. In addition to the river, accommodation here also grants access to a variety of mountain lakes in the vicinity.
If you are after an even wider variety of fishing than Åbjøra has to offer, than all you need to do is pack up the backpack and take a hike into one of the many surrounding mountain lakes. The offer which grants you access to this stunning place will cost a littler under 450 NOK pr night if your travel with friends.
From the season opening to the 16th of June: Starting at 2165,- NOK per person (13,000,- NOK)
From the 17 of June through the 9th of September: Starting at 3000,-NOK per person (18,000,- NOK)
One of several tributaries to Åbjøra runs through the beautiful Nilsfinndalen. Photo: Plahtes eiendommer.
The Åbørstua cabin is located on the river Åbjøra and is surrounded by a variety of typical Nordland nature, where rich wildlife and good fishing make for an overall experience that is hard to beat. This package gives exclusive rights to roughly 7 km of the river Åbjøra, as well as the rights to fish a large part of the surrounding area. Åbørstua have a long practiced sustainable use of their land, and is well hidden from the outside world. The river Åbjøra runs crystal clear between two large lakes, where brown trout are the primary inhabitants. However, this stretch of river has annual runs of wild salmon and sea run trout.
Åbjøra was literally made for fly-fishing with its long stretches of slow flowing glass clear water, and plenty of good places for fish to hold. The river has good consistent mayfly hatches and big cautious trout. It is perfect for sight fishing, at least for those who are capable of cautiously moving along the banks without spooking the fish. At the bottom of the river system the river runs slow and wide through the landscape while throughout the upper stretch you will find deeper pools and runs, which are home to very big trout. An old tractor road makes it easy to follow the river up through the valley.