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All News From 2010:

Snow on the Gaula, Rss-Feed and Booking for Season 2011

Nov. 29, 2010, 6 p.m.

Snow on the Gaula Every salmon fisherman would agree that a salmon river looks best in the summertime when you can feel the power of nature – the cold fresh water, the long bright nights, the green grass and leaves just bursting out of the ground. But there is one question which many of our guests and friends always ask us: “It’s so beautiful here in the summertime, but what is it like in the winter?”. We have to admit, it is hard to imagine what the pool in which you have caught a big salmon in nice summer temperatures looks like when it is -20°C and the valley is covered in snow ...

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Get ready for season 2011...

Oct. 17, 2010, 7 p.m.

It’s quiet now on the banks of the Gaula where a couple of months ago epic battles were fought out by our fishing guests. The salmon now have the river all to themselves and can pursue their spawning without any disturbance. The temperatures are dropping while autumn slowly turns into winter ...

The season 2010 ended with a couple of good fish for our fishermen

Sept. 5, 2010, 7 p.m.

The last week of the season was difficult, despite that we had high hopes that the change of weather from “tropical heat to Norwegian autumn” would bring vast improvements of the fishing. The low water which recovered only very slowly was certainly the main reason and the extreme fast change of weather did not help. Anyway, some of our fishermen have been able to catch some salmon up to 12,5kg (27 1/2lb) ...

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Season 2010

Aug. 31, 2010, 1:45 p.m.

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The last week ended with a salmon of approx. 9,5kg (21 lb) and 97cm length – and the new week started with a salmon of exactly the same size!

Aug. 24, 2010, 7 p.m.

First we will report from the past week, which has been a difficult week due to very low water and very warm temperatures. The region Trondelag has been in August the warmest and driest area in Norway, which is quite unusual. There has been less rain then during any year since 1968 ...

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Late summer on the Gaula and low water – but the weather forecast is extremely promising!

Aug. 19, 2010, 7 p.m.

During the last week we experienced very warm temperatures and consequently further dropping water which obviously did not have positive effects on the fishing. However, a number of good fish have been caught and the grilse were taking quite well. The week was started by our Austrian Guest Franz Wenger; he had never fished salmon before and just wanted to try it out for 2 days ...

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After some days with mixed weather the water is dropping – week 31 ended with 48 fish caught

Aug. 7, 2010, 7 p.m.

Due to a period with quite a lot of nice weather, mixed with shorter but intensive rain periods and warmer temperatures the fishing this week has not been excellent but quite good. Our fishing guests caught fish every day, mostly grilse but also some bigger fish. Ralph Warnke from Germany, who is fishing the first time with us, caught a nice salmon on Beat E3 ...

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The Grilserun has started and asides many grilse some nice sea liced salmon caught on the NFC Beats!

Aug. 4, 2010, 7 p.m.

At the moment we have a perfect summer water level of 0,50m at the gauge which should provide some good fishing during the next days. We apologize for our delayed update and have first to report more from last week, when the water level was more on the low side. During the last week most of the caught fish were grilse in good condition ...

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Last week ended with over 60 fish from the NFC –rotation, the new week started slightly slower

July 27, 2010, 7 p.m.

After one week of low water the water began to rise on Wednesday evening, which ended up with the peak of 246 m²/sec in Gaulfossen on Thursday evening. But the water dropped quickly back to a lower level. Short after midnight the next salmon was caught by Eivind Myhre ...

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Further excellent fishing on the NFC Beats by the end of the week and also a good start into the new week!

July 22, 2010, 7 p.m.

The water level is still quite low, but the fishing is still very good. The water temperature dropped a bit and is between 15 and 16°C, which ensures that the salmon in the pools are still willing to take flies. Of course, most fish are taking now in the better oxygenated parts of the pools, but especially some bigger fish are still on their lies in the deeper holding areas of the pools, and it is still worth to fish the pools all the way down even if one feels that some of the pools really have become slow in the lower parts ...

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Good fishing continues on the NFC Beats!

July 17, 2010, 7 p.m.

It’s very good to see that the fishing on the NFC Beats is still good even if the water has dropped in the meantime to a quite low level. If the water is so low, the fish are not running so intensive as in higher water and prefer to run during the darker periods, they do stop longer in the pools and are taking the flies better. Now a lot of grilse and medium sized fish are seen and there is good fishing for salmon of all sizes ...

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Good final of last weeks fishing and a fantastic start of the new week on the NFC Beats with 10 fish up to 14,7kg/ 32 ½lb caught on the first morning!

July 12, 2010, 7 p.m.

After the water dropped by the middle of last week for the first time to normal summer water level, the fishing situation has become much better. Right after the gauge at Fröseth has come down to 60 cm the turn to better fishing was started by Mortan Carlsen who caught right away 8 salmon on the 7th July including two of 12kg/ 26 1/2lb to his rod. The final part of the last week provided some good fishing to our guests ...

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First time this season - a normal water level which improves fishing on most of our pools

July 8, 2010, 7 p.m.

We apologize for being a bit slow regarding our updates during the last week. Due to permanently changing and mostly too high water levels fish were running like mad and fishing was slow for a couple of days. Now we got for the first time this season a water level of 60cm at the Fröseth gauge (81m³/sec ...

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Slower days on the Gaula due to the next flood – but now the fishing is improving again!

July 3, 2010, 7 p.m.

The fishing has been slowing down during the last days as a result of large quantities of rain and accordingly the corresponding changes of the water level. The Gaula has been running on the 30st June at 10 o’clock in the morning with a flow of 117m³/sec. but was again rising quickly and was peaking at 10pm the same day with 616m³/sec ...

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Good times on the Gaula with mainly big fish caught

June 26, 2010, 7 p.m.

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Still slightly slower fishing after the flood - but some very nice fish are caught every day!

June 24, 2010, 7 p.m.

The water level dropped very quickly after the 20 year flood and all our pools are starting to fish nicely at the moment. The fish are passing Gaulfossen since the 22nd mid day without problems again. Obviously it would be an advantage if some more new fish would arrive in our pools in the middle reaches ...

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The first salmon after the flood have been caught

June 21, 2010, 7 p.m.

It was interesting to see how fast the water dropped after this huge flood (the highest since 1995) we experienced on the Gaula. As well very exiting was what has happened on the Pools, what changes will be there. For our regulars it might be interesting to know that the Shelter on Beat D1 and B1 are both gone - they have been there for over 20 years, but this time the flood took them! We have not reported yet that an amazing fish was caught on fly just before the flood in the lower reaches on a Beat very close to our Lower Gaula Beat ...

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Huge Flood on the Gaula!!!

June 18, 2010, 7 p.m.

Heavy rain started to fall, and the river began to rise continuously and very quick as well. Despite the rising water some fish have been caught before the flood started to become extreme. For example Mark Coley from England caught a small salmon about 3kg (6 1/2lb) ...

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Great start of the new week – 11 fresh salmon on Monday on the NFC Beats! Fish are passing Gaulfossen in great numbers!

June 15, 2010, 7 p.m.

The new week started as the last ended, our fishermen are having a very good time on our Lower Beats. A lot fish running the Gaula and it is difficult to get in all catch reports at the moment. During the first night the newly arrived Party around David Edsell from England had a good start on the Lower beats ...

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The Lower Beats continue to fish quite well

June 13, 2010, 7 p.m.

First of all we would like to show you our latest video clip. ...

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The good fishing on our Lower Beats continues!

June 11, 2010, 7 p.m.

The evening session continued as the day began! 10 fish have been caught on our Lower Beats on this day! All bright and silver, beautiful as June Gaula salmon are… Manfred Raguse got the message that the fishing is good and left the office to make some casts as well. He fished Beat E2 during the evening together with Pelle Klippinge and hooked a good fish almost on the dangle and Manfred thought first that he has hooked the ground, but then he could feel that a fish has taken his Greenlander Tube close to the bank. After a good fight he was able to land his first salmon of the season 2010 and released the fish carefully after taking some pictures ...

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A great day on the NFC Beats!

June 9, 2010, 7 p.m.

Due to some rain falling in the afternoon the water rose quite a lot during the evening, so the evening session was not so good, but during the night the rain seemed to have motivated some salmon to move. The water was still rising, but suddenly a run of salmon stopped in our Beat E2 and Fabien Laborde got a take, but the salmon was not proper hooked. The next cast brought already the next take – this time it was a gentle take but Fabien striked and the first fish was hooked! After a good fight he was able to release his first fish of his night session ...

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The new week started quite good!

June 7, 2010, 7 p.m.

On Sunday evening our new fishing week started and the newly arrived fishermen were all keen to go out and fish for one of our great June springers. The water still dropped constantly, so we are starting to change over from heavy sinking lines to light and medium sinkers, which is very nice after the first days of the season heavy sinkers were the order of the day. Now the casting is getting more fun! Fabien Laborde caught the fist fish of the new week very early on Monday morning ...

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Fishing on the NFC Beats improves!

June 5, 2010, 7 p.m.

The most recent fishing on our Lower Gaula Beat has been improving along with a improvement of the water temperature! Bruno Berthot caught and released his next salmon on the 5th of June on Beat E2 . Bruno estimated the fish to weigh about 8,5kg (18. 5lbs) ...

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Difficult conditions on the Gaula

June 4, 2010, 7 p.m.

The fishing at the moment is quite difficult for the fly only enthusiasts on our beats. The water temperature seems not to be increasing, and fluctuates between 5 and 6°C which is still very cold and the salmon are not taking our flies very well. The water is very high and was peaking yesterday with 402m³7sec ...

The next salmon has been caught on our beats!

June 2, 2010, 7 p.m.

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2010

June 1, 2010, 3:45 p.m.

Season 2010 has started well!

May 31, 2010, 7 p.m.

The season 2010 on the Gaula has started! It was so good to see the well known faces of most of our early season regulars back on the short start meeting 1 hour before the opening. All have arrived safely, the “family” of early NFC guests is “back in business”. Several of our usual guests on the season start have postponed their fishery due to their expectation of difficult conditions at the opening ...

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SEASON START 2010

May 29, 2010, 7 p.m.

It has been a long and cold winter all over Europe and Norway was no Exception but finally it seems that the spring is picking up some energy. The permanent seriously cold weather frightened some of our usual regulars, but a small group of hard core anglers, like Mary Anne and Ken Sawada, Johannes Kahrs, Olivier Plasseraud, Bruno Berthot, Arve Nielsen and some others are eagerly waiting for the canon shot that opens the season at midnight, the 31st of May. They have the unique privilege to fish water that has not been touched by a fly for 9 months ...

Preparations for the season start

May 23, 2010, 7 p.m.

The preparations for the season start are in full swing. Just one more week to go! Don´t hesitate to contact us regarding last minute booking enquiries. Give us a call or contact us via e-mail ...

Great prospects for season 2010 on the Gaula in Norway!

March 4, 2010, 6 p.m.

The official statistic of the Gaula shows an annual catch of

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