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All News From 2009:

Join us on the Gaula in 2010!

Dec. 18, 2009, 6 p.m.

Of course not every season can be a record season. Catches in 2009 were not as good as those of 2008 – which was a record year for the NFC beats with 2. 6 tons of salmon fly landed by our rods ...

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End of a mediocre season on the Gaula – we are looking forward to the 2010 season!

Sept. 3, 2009, 7 p.m.

The final days of the season were not as good as we have become accustomed to in recent years. However, some of our anglers had a productive last week landing salmon on the NFC beats up to 12. 2kg / 26 ...

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Season 2009

Aug. 31, 2009, 1:45 p.m.

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Fishing is a challenge on the Gaula right now

Aug. 26, 2009, 7 p.m.

The fishing on the Gaula has not improved during the last days as we had hoped for, but a few good fish have been taken by our guests. For example Franz Hochecker from Austria has been lucky on his first day after arrival and was able to catch a good fish which weighed in with 8,9kg (19. 3lb) ...

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A little slower fishing on the NFC Beats, but some good fish have been caught

Aug. 22, 2009, 7 p.m.

Dropping and quickly rising water as we experience it at the moment,does not improve the fishing but anyway, our fishermen catching fish and some nice fish have been taken as well. This morning it was again Andre Scholz who caught a good fish on our Bogen Sondre Beat, this fish weighed in with 7,3kg (16. 06lb) ...

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The water flow of the Gaula changes all the time like a yo-yo, but the fishing is not bad….

Aug. 19, 2009, 7 p.m.

The Gaula is rising and dropping quickly all the time. Heavy rainfalls and sunny periods all can be seen changing several times a day. This has been the weather during the last days ...

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More water and improved fishing again!

Aug. 13, 2009, 7 p.m.

The weather changed on the night from Saturday to Sunday and a lot of rain has been falling in the Gaula valley, so the Gaula rose a good deal, from being off the gauge on Fröseth up to 40cm again. During the rise and until Sunday evening it has been quiet, but our hopes that new fish would run the Gaula were fulfilled and the first fish of the newly started week have been caught. The start of the week has been a grilse caught by Manfred Oelze on the Sunday evening ...

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More fresh fish have been caught on the NFC Beats, even if the water got very low during the last days

Aug. 8, 2009, 7 p.m.

During the course of the week the water level on the Gaula dropped off the Fröseth Gauge, but anyway our fishermen caught fresh fish, mostly grilse but also some larger ones. For example Fredrik Eunan caught a good medium sized fish on Beat D1. Fredrik estimated to weigh his fish about 5kg (11lb) and released it carefully after taking a picture ...

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Every single day produces some fish on the NFC beats!

Aug. 5, 2009, 7 p.m.

The first days of the week with a water level about 25-30cm at the Fröseth Gauge has been dominated by grilse, but also some larger fish have been caught. Torbjörn Berggård caught and released a grilse in Beat C1. Wolfgang Wehnemann from Germany, who is attending our salmon course was able to catch his first ever salmon already on the second day of the course ...

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Some fresh sea liced fish were caught on the NFC Beats during the last days

Aug. 2, 2009, 7 p.m.

The last week ended with a couple of grilse caught by Roland Puff, Peter Hansen and George Lawrence. Also on our Bogen Sondre Beat some fish have been caught from Mark Fullford who caught his first salmon ever, which weighed in with 3,5kg (7. 7lb) ...

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Slower fishing during mid week on the Gaula

July 30, 2009, 7 p.m.

During the last few days the fishing slowed somewhat down on the Gaula. The promising numbers of running fish which we had in the beginning of the week did not increase as we had hoped. The water level dropped now back to a normal summer water level after the flood and the rise on Monday ...

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This week started well on our beats!

July 26, 2009, 7 p.m.

Although the fishing so far this season has not been as sensational good as last season, we are just experiencing a good season on our beats. Last week each rod fishing with us caught approximately 0,5 salmon per day, although we had difficult conditions with the highest flood of the year within this week! The Gaula rose from 37m3/sec. up to 920m3/sec ...

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No big run after the flood yet – but still some good catches on the NFC Beats

July 24, 2009, 7 p.m.

The water level is after the big flood back to a normal summer water level and salmon are able to pass Gaulfossen since yesterday. But we haven’t seen many new fish in our pools since the flood, but anyway we had some nice catches on our beats. For example Daniel Ryberg from Sweden caugh a good fish on our Bogen Sondre Beat ...

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The first fish are caught on our beats after the highest flood this year

July 21, 2009, 7 p.m.

We just experienced a big flood, starting on Monday evening due to the heavy rainfalls. The Gaulfossen water level registration went from 37m3/sec. up to 920m3/sec ...

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After a „medium“ week a good start into the new week with 7 fish caught after a half day

July 19, 2009, 7 p.m.

The fishing was slower last week than it used to be at this time of the season, but our fishermen are still keep on catching fish. Pelle Klippinge caught a grilse on our Upper Gaula Beat. Bernard Fauconnier from France was able to land a approx ...

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A bit slower fishing in all Trondelag rivers – however, some very good catches on our water !

July 16, 2009, 7 p.m.

The reports are virtually the same from all of the neighbouring rivers. The fishing was slow in most of the rivers and even on the Gaula it has slowed down somehow since a few days. Our fishermen don’t see so many fish showing in the pools as during the recent weeks before ...

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Week 29 with further nice catches from the NFC Beats

July 15, 2009, 7 p.m.

The week continues with nice catches on our Beats. The number of fish caught is not as high as usual at his time of the season, but the average weight is quite high and the big fish which are taken are all very fresh and beautiful fish. We just got a few pictures from our French regular guest Fabrice Bergues who is now fishing with us his second week this year ...

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A good end of the last week and a good start to the new week!

July 12, 2009, 7 p.m.

The week ended with a nice fish caught on Beat B2 by Peter Ericson, Peter estimated his fish to weigh about 7kg (15. 5lb) and released the salmon carefully. Also Andre Scholz landed a nice salmon of 8,3 kg (18 ...

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Some good fish have been caught during the last days…

July 10, 2009, 7 p.m.

The fishing continues with some nice fish taken on our beats. Our fishermen catching various sized fish, but still large and medium sized fish are dominating the statistics. The water has been on the low side for most of the week but came up to a normal summer level after some rain after mid week ...

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A good start into week 28…

July 6, 2009, 7 p.m.

This week started with some nice catches on our beats even though the water is now getting quite low. But the weather forecast promises strong rain from tomorrow onwards and therefore we expect the water level to increase. This week we have mostly regular guests fishing on our water ...

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The fishing keeps on going well despite the water gets a bit low

July 5, 2009, 7 p.m.

Our fishermen are still catching nice fish, even if we had quite warm weather during the course of the week. Here is just a short report of some of our catches during the last 3 days until the end of this years week 27: Andre Scholz who arrived on Thursday was able to land his first salmon after 1 hours fishing on the Upper Gaula Beat which seems to hold a nice head of fish now. A nice medium sized fish of 7,5kg (16 ...

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Nice catches on the NFC Beats…

July 2, 2009, 7 p.m.

This week had a good start, and our guests continue to catch nice fish. The weather has turned and it is really hot and the darker hours of the day are the more convenient fishing hours although quite a few fish are caught during the day. Right now there is a lack of pictures, as cameras are “forgotten” and our guests enjoy the nice weather during the daytime and the wonderful evenings and peaceful nights on the river ...

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A good start of week 27…

June 29, 2009, 7 p.m.

Our newly arrived fishermen have been lucky, the water dropped during Sunday for the first time this season to a nice level of 55 cm at the Frøseth Gauge, which means, the salmon stop to run as fast as the week before. And immediately quite a few fish were caught. During the Sunday afternoon Marcus Thomasson has been fishing our Upper Gaula Beat for some casts and caught and released a medium salmon of approx ...

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The water is still dropping and improvment of the fishing by the end of the week

June 28, 2009, 7 p.m.

The last fishing week has been not good on the Gaula and on the neighbouring rivers. We had been hoping for days now that the water drops to a level where salmon would stop in the pools and become better takers. In the past week they have been just running very fast and the river remained mostly around the 75 cm mark ...

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Summer arrived on the Gaula!

June 25, 2009, 7 p.m.

Since the start of the week the weather got better and better and the water has been dropping after the big flood, but remained for several days on a level between 110m³/sec. – 140m³/ sec. and never came lower than 75cm at the Fröseth Gauge which is for us not a good level and means most of the fish are running very fast ...

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Finally nice weather in the Gaula valley and the first catches of the new week

June 22, 2009, 7 p.m.

It was a slow start of the new week which begins at 8 pm on Sunday after our start meeting. Just one fish has been lost after 20 min fight on one of our “free for all” beats. Johan Wallestad lost this fish late Sunday evening and estimated to weigh the lost fish between 13 and 15kg (between 29 and 33lb) ...

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A very difficult week ended – but great prospects for the newly started week!

June 21, 2009, 7 p.m.

The last week was a difficult one. As soon the conditions improved it started again to rain and the water rose and cooled down again with accordingly bad effects on the fishing. The river went up and down like a yo-yo again for most of the week and fishers spent often longer unproductive periods in slowly rising water ...

A difficult week on our beats so far – but still some nice catches on our beats

June 17, 2009, 7 p.m.

The start of the week 25 on Sunday evening was quite promising. Just after our weekly introductory meeting on which Manfred welcomed well known faces from anglers which all have been fishing with us before, Norwegian angler Yngve Landro was able to catch his first fish on the Gaula this season – a beautiful salmon which weighed in with 11,6kg (25. 5lb) ...

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Rising Water and a lot of rain in the Gaula valley

June 14, 2009, 7 p.m.

During the night to the 13th of June we got a lot of rain and the water began to rise a lot. From a water level of about 75 cm at the Fröseth Gauge (150m3 at the Gaulfoss) it rose within 20 hours to over 2 m (370m3). During this rising period the fishing slowed down as salmon were just passing but were not taking well ...

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The fishing continues to be good

June 12, 2009, 7 p.m.

We get not all catch reports on a timely basis as all fishers are out on the river and are fishing eagerly as the chance to be rewarded with one of the really big salmon is obvious. We just got the report that just below our Storen beats a fish of 18. 3kg (almost 40 ½ lb) was caught ...

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Fantastic days!

June 9, 2009, 7 p.m.

We are very busy at the moment getting the catch reports and pictures organized in time, as the fishing during the last 2 days has been very good and our fishermen (and women) are fishing hard during these days in improving condition. The morning of the 9th of June started with a very nice salmon caught by Serge Rameau from France. His first salmon on the NFC beats weighted in with 11,9kg (26lb) ...

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A good start into the new fishing week and good fishing on our middle beats above Gaulfossen!

June 8, 2009, 7 p.m.

On Sunday evening the 7th of June the new week started after our introduction meeting with nice weather and it did not take a long time until our Swedish guest Pelle Klippinge (Pelle is well known writer in Scandinavia and the Nordic salmon scene) caught his first fish on our beats. He caught and released the fish on beat E1. pic following tomorrow Pelle with his first fish from our beats, he released the salmon carefully and estimated the weight to be about 9kg (19 ...

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Some nice new salmon from the NFC beats

June 7, 2009, 7 p.m.

As the temperature dropped down to 6 degrees in daytime and it was even snowing, the fishing slowed down on the 4th and 5th of July. Even on our lower Gaula beat there were only fish hooked but not landed. The water temperature dropped as well to 6 degrees ...

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Big salmon

June 4, 2009, 7 p.m.

On the evening of the 1st of June two norwegian fishermen, Bent Børresen (left) and Geir Veum (right), had the luck to land a huge salmon in Melhus (a few kilometres downstream of our Lower Gaula Beat, not on NFC water) after 35 min hard fight. The fish has been caught from a boat on a wobbler and weighed in with 22,54kg ( 49. 7 lb)! The NFC can arrange fishing on this beat, enquiries are welcome at +47-91393498 or info@nfc-online ...

Good early days on the NFC Beats!

June 2, 2009, 7 p.m.

The fishing on our beats is still very good considering that the season has just started and that we are in a very early stage of the season. At the moment we have already 10 fish in our statistics, even it is just the morning of the 3rd of June! The NFC’s Lower Gaula Beat is the most productive part of our beats at the moment. Sven Nedved was able to land a smaller salmon of 3,8kg (8 ...

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2009

June 1, 2009, 1:06 p.m.

The season 2009 has started

May 31, 2009, 7 p.m.

Ther first salmon of the season. . ...

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SEASON START 2009 – some vacant rods left!!!

May 24, 2009, 7 p.m.

Dear Fly Fishers, Here are the latest news from the Gaula: The prospects for the season start at midnight, the 1st June are looking better and better every day. The warm April weather is followed by a nice May and the development of nature is about 2 - 3 weeks earlier than last year. Impressive numbers of salmon have been running the rivers of the Trondheim Fjord already ...

The prospects for the seasonstart 2009 are promising!

May 6, 2009, 7 p.m.

There has been falling a lot of snow in the catchments area of the Gaula during the last winter and spring. But the spring arrived and Røros recorded the highest average temperature for April since 1894. The Gaula has been running with 8 – 10 m3/sec ...

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Seasonstart 2009 is coming closer...

March 11, 2009, 7 p.m.

Dear Flyfishers, During the 2008 season the NFC beats produced 2. 6 tons of salmon (all caught on the fly) ; 60. 5 per cent were released ...

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HAPPY NEW YEAR 2009 to all Salmon fishers

Jan. 14, 2009, 6 p.m.

We wish you all a Happy New Year and a successful season 2009. In Norway a lot of snow has been falling during the last weeks and it is real winter on the Gaula at the moment…but we only have to wait a little more than 4 months until we can start the new season. During the hard winter time our thoughts go back in the river every day, we cannot wait to cast out the newly tied tube flies in hope to hook one of Gaula’s silver beauties during the bright Norwegian nights… Good News as well from the local newspaper: It reports for 2008 a total ...
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