Laurent with his “Welcome back next time” salmon from Beat E1a!
The water is now constantly dropping due to the dry weather we are experiencing these weeks. Also much of the snow has already melted, which means we actually have a “summer water level” in early June. It looks a bit strange for this time of the year, but on the other hand it is quite fun to fish with lighter lines and lighter tackle for these big fish which are around this time of the season! It is also very exiting that we see fish moving everywhere, not very common at this early stage of the season – it feels like July fishing!
The weather forecast is still not very “typical” for the Gaula and Norway in June, but anyway, the water level seems to be steady for a while as things look right now, at a great fishing level. All pools are fishing quite well right now, which means you can catch them almost anywhere you cast a fly into the water! The new week has already started with a couple of good fish and we foresee some very good days to come – this week’s fishermen timed it well! We will continue to keep you informed! And for anyone interested in cashing in on what appears to be a great run of fish so far this season, feel free to contact us, as we have a very few rods left in various weeks.
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