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Photo: kvennan Fly Fishing In the Kvennan Fly Fishing zone on the Glomma River the water is slightly lower than normal for this time of year, and the fishing has been very good. […]

Photo: kvennan Fly Fishing

In the Kvennan Fly Fishing zone on the Glomma River the water is slightly lower than normal for this time of year, and the fishing has been very good.

 

 

Photo: Kvennan Fly Fishing

A nice big grayling from the Glomma with Kvennan Fly Fishing.

 

 

 

Photo: Bjørnar Hansen/Fishpot

This is from Nordre Renaelva Wednesday this past week. The river is flowing at a nice level and fish are steadily rising.

 

 

 

Photo: Harsjøen Grunneierforening

This is what it looked like on lake Harsjøen Wednesday. Under it’s blue surface you will find really big pike…

 

 

Foto: Bjørnar Hansen/Fishspot

You will likely find plenty of these in birch forests this year, which makes for very happy birds and fish…

 

 

 

Photo: Grøfteoterne

The “Grøfteoterne”Crew has been staying busy Vangrøfta, and here is their first report. Perfect water levels, but a bit of wind (Thursday). Either way it has been possible to stalk and catch rising fish. Here you see Sigbjørn scouting for rising fish with the bare essentials.

 

 

Photo: Grøfteoterne

Olav has reached a lucrative deal with the grocery store chain Joker. His new fishing bag is both practical and waterproof. These trendy new fishing bags can easily be carried with three fingers along with other gear at the same time.

 

 

Photo: Grøftoterne

Thursday the boys caught 2 fish in Vangrøfta.  They also reported losing fish, and stubborn fish that they simply could not convince to take a fly. Now they are patiently waiting for the first of the Aurivilli Mayflies to show up. This usually gets the fish fired up… Stay tuned for more reports from the Grøtoterne boys in the near future.

 

 

 

We don’t know the origin or name of the fly in the lower right hand corner in this fly box, but it is likely a favorite for those who have visited Vangrøfta/»Skrukka».