Glomma – Kvennan Fly Fishing
With different hatches throughout the whole season, Kvennan Fly Fishing zone is truly an Eldorado for the fly fishers. With limited licenses available it`s ensured that the fishing pressure don’t get too big, the possibility to catch a 45 cm + grayling is high.
The grayling population in Glomma, and particularly at the Kvennan stretch of the river, is probably the best in Norway. When the average size is around 40 cm, it goes without saying that you are in for some fantastic fishing.
The fact that the conditions for aquatic insects, are best at the Kvennan beats, have been known for a long time. The density of bottom living larvae and nymphs is what makes the trout and especially grayling thrive here. With the strict regulations, the population and size have had the chance to grow rapidly.
The fly fishing zone is one of the best stretches in Glomma, both regarding trout and grayling, with grayling being the moist dominant species. It is 15 kilometers long and both easy to wade and accessible.
Day license NOK 220,00 | Week license NOK 950,00
License for FF zone is also valid in Tolga and Tynset zone. Licenses can be purchased either via Internet or local outlets.
Fishing license can be obtained online (click the button).
- Fishing season form 1st of June to 15th of October.
- All trout are protected and must be released.
- Allowed fishing tackle: fly rod and fly line. The only weight used for casting is the fly line, and only artificial flies are allowed.
- All grayling under 35 cm and all grayling over 40 cm must be released.
- Each angler is allowed to take 1 grayling per 24 hour period. We strongly recommend C&R.
- Only barbless hooks, or pinched down barbs
- All pike are protected and must be released.
- Handle caught fish with extreme care and make sure to release it promptly.
- The fishing license is personal and only valid with a personal Id.
- All children under the age of 16 years fish for free.
- Fishing from boats is prohibited.
- Violations of the rules might result in prosecution.
Show respect for farmed fields, do not walk across but walk on the edges. Respect local residents and only use marked parking places (see maps.). Remember that the atmosphere on and around the river is our common responsibility, respect other anglers and bring your garbage back with you, don’t leave it in nature. Some roads demand a road tax, pay attention to signs!