Lora ­and ­Lågen ­in ­Lesja
FisheryGudbrandsdalslågen and Lora offers exciting fishing. During good conditions you can easily see the fish. The fishing is easily accessible, and there are two separate fly-fishing only sections which together are make up roughly 9 km of river.Read more
The ­River ­Vangrøfta
FisheryThe River Vangrøfta is a perfect river for those fly fishers that like to hunt for wild trophy brown trout. This river has a limited number of licenses available each day.Read more
Borgundselva ­Fly ­Fishing ­Zone
FisheryThe Borgundselva Fly Fishing Zone consists of crystal clear water running through a typically lush Western Norwegian Valley, surrounded by high mountains. This beautiful river is home to a very healthy population of brown trout.Read more
Fly ­Fishing ­in ­Engerdal
FisheryWith a large amount of fishable water there is almost always something new to discover in Engerdal, or you can simply choose fish at one of well managed Fly Fishing Only zones – established as such because they are naturally ideal for fly fishing.Read more
Glomma ­– ­Kvennan ­Fly ­Fishing
FisheryThe 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.Read more
Sundfloen ­Fly ­Fishing
FisheryThe Sundfloen Fly Fishing Zone consists of a wide variety of water, from faster flowing pocket water sections to slow flowing deeper sections, broken up by islands and points throughout its length. Grayling are the dominant species here, and they are extremely abundant.Read more
Holselva ­Fly ­Fishing
FisheryHolselva is a beautiful trout stream offering excellent fishing for both fly fishermen and active worm fishermen, with a very healthy population of large lake run trout. They run upstream typically under higher water from Strandafjorden, which is a large shallow nutrition rich lake in which the trout grow quickly.Read more
Grimsa ­Fly ­Fishing
FisheryThe fly fishing zone of Grimsa and part of Folla is about 18 km long, and offers a good variety of rapids and quiet water. It`s easy accessible and holds both big trout and big grayling. A very scenic river with mountain ranges and beautiful forest as a backdrop.Read more
Rena ­River ­Fly ­Fishing
FisheryThe Rena River is one of the most attractive rivers in Norway. It has a healthy stock of brown trout, grayling and with fish all in trophy sizes.Read more
Selsvollene ­Fly ­Fishing
FisheryThe Selsvollene Fly Fishing zone is located just north of Otta in Gudbrandsdalslågen valley. The area is well-known among Norwegian fly fishermen, but this fly fishing zone is relatively new. The stretch is about 5 km of crystal clear waters with a good stock of grayling and trout. Read more
Hola ­Fly ­Fishing
FisheryThis part of the Hola river is ideal for fly fishing, it varies between rapids and quiet stretches. You will find hatches of many different may flies and sedge, if you’re lucky you can also encounter H. Danica (Mayfly) on this river. The river is also easy accessible from the road.Read more
Unsetåa ­Fly ­Fishing
FisheryUnsetåa Fly Fishing Zone is over 12 km long and is ideal for fly fishing. The river varies from rapids to quiet areas, some excellent for spotting fish. The river has wild brown trout and grayling in various sizes, there have been reports of trophy wild browns been caught.Read more
Northern ­Rena ­River ­Fly ­Fishing
FisheryThe fishing in the Northern Rena River is challenging, but if you crack the code there is trophy grayling and brown trout to be caught. The fly fishing zone is easily accessible from the road, and is approximately 4,7 km long.Read more
Drengen ­Fly ­Fishing
FisheryThere are many factors making  Drengen Fly Fishing Zone a nice place for the fly fisher. Trout, grayling and whitefish are the most common species in the lake, it is easy accessible, shallow and therefor easy to wade and has a diverse insect-life.Read more