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News 2002. Fly Fishing Catch Reports, Water Level, Water Temp

Gjerfloen Flyfishing, Norway. Updated information bout fishing conditions on the fly fishing zone, water level and water temperature in the Trysil river.

You will also find information concerning fly fishermen, catch reports, may fly hatching, statistics of catches, weather forecast, origin of fishermen and other things of interest for fly fishers and fishermen. (English only)

Riverkeeper and grayling

The fly fishing guide and riverkeeper with a standarg grayling on the upper part of the fly zone


November

3rd of November

168 fishing licenses are sold and approximately 1250 fishes are landed this summer. The season started much earlier than normal and we had good fishing till July 11th. Then the rain started and we did not get normal wate rlevel again before the 10th of August. The last part of August, September and first part of October we had very good fishing conditions, but by some reason or other, not so many fly fishers took advantage of this.

Statistics fishing licenses 2002

Nationality June July August Sept. Oct. Total
Norway 10 5 0 7 0 22
Sweden 34 23 22 24 9 112
Denmark 4 2 0 6 0 12
Germany 6 11 1 0 0 18
Holland 2 2 0 0 0 4
56 43 23 37 9 168

Catch reports from 90 fishermen on Gjerfloen Flyfishing 2002 show that 962 fishes more than 20 cm are landed, - 954 graylings and 8 brown trouts. Only 4 fishes are reported killed.

October

27th of October

Fly fishing is still possible on Gjerfloen. Not even drifting ice pieces on the water, prevented fishing journalist Erland Fjell from getting the fishing pictures he needed for a comming article in the Norwegian fishing magazine "Alt om Fiske". (See photogallery)

18th of October

We have now got some snow on the ground, but there are still open water. We have still low water and perfect conditions for fishing. (See photogallery)

13th of October

In spite of low temperature and snowflakes in the air, two Swedes successfully landed a few graylings on the fly zone today. See photogallery.

10th of October

Freshwater ecologist Atle Rustadbakken diving on Gjerfloen 27th of September. See videotape www.naturkompetanse.no Fishing conditions superb.

3rd of October

Fishing conditions superb. At the moment we have the lowest water level for many years, less than 35m3/s. In this part of the river we have this experience: The lower waterlevel, the better fishing conditions. No fishermen on the flyzone since Sunday.

September

30th of September

Fishing conditions superb. Water flow about 35m3/s. Three Swedes from Älvdalen, Sweden, visited Gjerfloen on Sunday (29th). Here is the catchreport from Leif Sörensen: Less than 20 cm: 1, 20 - 24 cm: 0, 25 - 29 cm: 7, 30 - 34 cm: 6, 35 - 39 cm: 5, 40 - 44 cm: 1.

28th of September

Fishing conditions superb. Waterflow about 35m3/s. Colder weather yesterday influenced negatively on the fishing. 6 Swedes from Gothenberg fishing on Gjerfloen Flyfishing the 27th caught together 39 fishes. Here are there catchreport: Less than 20 cm: 2, 20 - 24 cm: 6, 25 - 29 cm: 9, 30 - 34 cm: 18, 35 - 39 cm: 3, 40 - 44 cm: 1.

27th of September

Fishing conditions superb. Water flow less than 40 m3/s. 6 Danes fishing on Gjerfloen Flyfishing the 26th and caught together 50 fishes. Here are there catchreport: Less than 20 cm: 3, 20 - 24 cm: 3, 25 - 29 cm: 12, 30 - 34 cm: 15, 35 - 39 cm: 15, 40 - 44 cm: 2. See photo gallery.

25th of September

No locals are fishing today. Why? It's D-day! Or in other words, moosehunting starts today.

24th of September

No fishermen on the flyzone since Saturday. On Thursday, a group of 6 Danish fishermen will visit Gjerfloen. Fishing conditions are superb and if we get nice and for the time being warm weather, I expect good catches.

22nd of September

Friday (20th) the fishing was not too bad. Per Svensson, Andreas Ljusterdal and Lars Brändström from Västerås, Sweden, caught 14 graylings. 20 - 24 cm: 4, 25 - 29 cm: 2, 30 - 34 cm: 4, 35 - 39 cm: 3, 40 - 44 cm: 1. Saturday (21st) we had some rain and low temperature. Even if the weatherconditions for flyfishing could have been better, the three + Max Jarno and Roger Englöf, also Västerås, caught 33 graylings: Less than 20 cm: 2, 20 - 24 cm: 7, 25 - 29 cm: 10, 30 - 34 cm: 5, 35 - 39 cm: 8, 40 - 44 cm: 1.

Roger Jansson

21st of September

A team from Västerås, Sweden, have had nice nymph fishing on the fly zone yesterday and today. See photo gallery.

19th of September

Nice weather this morning (06.00, - minus 2C degrees). This week end there will be flyfishermen from Sweden on the flyzone. If this weather continous, fishing conditions will be superb, - so if they don't succeed, they shall have to make up other excuses!

18th of September

Yesterday we also had some minor rain showers to fresh up the water. In spite of the superb fishing conditions nobody has been fishing on the fly zone since Sunday.

17th of September

Yesterday we had some rain showers and as it was not too much water in them it was a good refreshment to the river and for the fish. Fishing conditions are superb and have not been better since August 1999!

16th of September

Fishing conditions still superb. Fishermen from Oslo caught 19 graylings yesterday. Not an impressing number, but 9 of them (the graylings!) were between 35 and 45 cm.

15th of September

Fishing conditions still superb. Hunting season is on. Good wood grouse hunting in our district this year. 4 hunters report 21 birds in four and a half days. Two others report 10 birds in the same period. See photo gallery.

14th of September

Also to day we shall have superb fishing conditions. The water flow today should be less than 45 m3/s. This means that you now by wading can place your fly also on the most unreachable pools.

13th of September

The perfect fishing conditions we have had for a period of time continuoue. Some rain drops after a dry period like we have this morning, normally give the graylings extra appetite. No artificial fly has been served on the fly zone since last Sunday so there are no catches to report.

12th of September

Nice weather and low water (approx. 50 m3/s) has generated superb flyfishing conditions at the moment. I just wonder why so few fly fishermen are seen under these perfect circumstances, while there normally are lots of them when the conditions are not so good. Could it be that it is safer to go fishing under bad conditions, cause then you always have an excuse...

10th of September

No rain yesterday and weather reports saying that we shall have nice weather the rest of the week, indicates perfect fishing conditions the comming days.

9th of September

Some rain showers yesterday have generated a smaller increase in the waterflow, but fishing conditions are still very good. This week end two Norwegian flyfishermen, Jørn Hagen and John Paulsen, were fishing on Gjerfloen. They delivered this catch report: 43 graylings, biggest 45 cm. Less than 30 cm: 14. 30 - 34 cm: 14. 35 - 39 cm: 8. + 40 cm: 7. Se pictures on "Photogallery".

8th of September

Some rain showers yesterday and last night led to a smaller water flow increase this morning. The flow at the moment might have gone up to something like 65 m3/s but fishing conditions are still very good.

6th of September

Some rain showers yesterday led to a smaller water flow increase. The flow at the moment might be something like 55 m3/s and fishing conditions are very good.

5th of September

Some rain this morning will probabely continue during the day. This will most likely leed to a minor water flow increase. If we don't get to much rain, conditions for fishing will be very good also the comming days.

4th of September

Water level goes on decreasing and fishing conditions in the streamy parts of the river near the border to Sweden have not been better since 1999! The graylings have now gathered in the holes with smooth water in the current and there are lots of them on small areas! Just find these holes and you...

3rd of September

Water level down again on approximately 55 m3/s. Fishing conditions are very good. We saw yesterday that even if the conditions are good, the fish are not always easy to catch. Three fly fishermen from Karlstad, Sweden, were fishing on the fly zone yesterday. Two of them caught nearly nothing, while the more experienced Göran Lundqvist landed 28 graylings. 13 less than 30 cm, 7 between 30 - 35 and 8 between 35 - 40.

2nd of September

The minor water level increase we had yesterday is this morning reduced to nearly the same we had on Friday 30th (less than 60 m3/s). Perfect water level, rain refreshed water and favourable temperature should indicate nice catches for the Swedish group of flyfishers from Karlstad who are going to visit the fly zone later today.

1st of September

Yesterday we had at times very heavy rain. As we have had no rain for three weeks, the soil was very dry and therefore the increase in the water level was rather insignificant. Now we have nice weather again and fishing conditions are very good.

August

31st of August

Tonight we have had real rain for the first time in three weeks. It is predicted that it will go on during the day. Some rain to fresh up the fishing waters now is OK, but we shall not have too much of it. If I could, I should have gone fishing this morning. A change in the weather very often wakes the fish and some rain after a long dry period always gives very good catches here.

30th of August

The little rain we had last night had no influence on the the waterlevel "downfall". The flow at the moment must be less than 55 m3/s, which means superb fishing conditions on the lower part of the fly zone. No fishermen on the flyzone since the two Czechs had a physical "training camp" for the graylings there last week end. Now the graylings should have recovered and are certainly fit for fight again this week end.

29th of August

The water level "rush down" still goes on and the water flow at the moment must be near 55 m3/s. No fishermen on the fly zone the last two days. According to the weather forecast there will be no rain in this area the comming days. This means superb fishing conditions on the lower part of the fly zone the comming week end.

28th of August

The water level "rush down" still goes on and the waterflow at the moment must be near 60 m3/s. Fishing conditions are superb. No fishing on the fly zone yesterday. I also think the graylings needed a resting day after the heavy attacks from the two Czechs the previous two days.

27th of August

The water level "rush down" still goes on and the water flow at the moment must be approx. 65 m3/s. Fishing conditions are superb. Two Czech experts have been fishing Sunday and Monday (average 7 hours pr day) and landed 157 graylings and 2 brown trouts (see photogallery). Here are their catch reports: Less than 20 cm: 2, 20 - 24 cm: 10, 25 - 28 cm: 35, 30 - 34 cm: 52, 35 - 39 cm: 44, 40 - 44 cm: 15, 45 - 49 cm: 1. All released.

26th of August (06.30)

The water level "rush down" still goes on and the water flow at the moment must be less than 70 m3/s. Perfect fishing conditions and the river is now more or less wadeable everywhere. The rule here is the opposite to what it is most other places: The less water, the better fishing! Yesterday two real experts from the Czech Republic visited the fly zone (69 graylings and 1 brown trout), and they will go on fishing also today (See photogallery).

25th of August (06.00)

The water level "rush down" still goes on and the water flow at the moment might be approx. 70 m3/s. Perfect fishing conditions. Yesterday a group of 7 fly fishermen from Karlstad, Sweden, visited the fly-zone. I have not yet received their catch reports, but I know that at least some of them were doing very well. Later today I'll be guiding two professionals from Czech Republic (members of the National Flyfishing Team). Reports are comming tomorrow.

23rd of August

The water level "rush down" still goes on and the water flow at the moment might be approx. 75 m3/s. Perfect fishing conditions, and yesterday two smiling fishermen were seen on the fly zone. "Goldheads" worked best before noon, while dry flies (even if very few risings were observed) were the best choice in the afternoon. See photo gallery.

22nd of August

The water level "rush down" still goes on and the water flow at the moment might be less than 80 m3/s. Perfect fishing conditions, and this week end traffic is announced on the fly zone also, so now we'll see what it really is like!

21st of August

The water level "rush down" still goes on and the water flow at the moment should be approximatetely 80 m3/s. Perfect fishing conditions, but where are the fishermen?

20th of August

The water level "rush down" still goes on and this morning we have the lowest waterlvel so far this summer, which means that fishing conditions on the down stream part of the Gjerfloen fly zone is beginning to be superb. If this goes on I am very much looking forward to the comming week end. Two members of the Czech National Flyfishing Team will be fishing here for two days and I guess it's going to be a real fishing bonanza!

19th of August

The water level "rush down" still goes on and this morning the river is back to the level we had before the rain started on Monday (12th), which means perfect conditions on the down stream part of the Gjerfloen fly zone. If this weather keeps on, we can really look forward to a nice "late summer" fishing season. This river is in many ways quite the opposite of the salmon and sea trout rivers on the west coast. Here is the rule: The less water the better fishing.

18th of August

The waterlevel "rush down" has been going on since Wednesday (14th) and it's just a few cm left till we are back to the level we had before the rain started on Monday (12th), which means perfect conditions on the down stream part of the Gjerfloen fly zone. At the moment we have the best fishing before noon. This because of the very warm days heatening the water. The colder and longer nights gives the water "refreshments" (lower temperature and more oksygen) which are appreciated by the trouts and the graylings.

16th of August

The water level "rush down" goes on and I guess that to morrow morning we are back again under the magic 90 m3/s which means perfect conditions on the down stream part of the Gjerfloen fly zone. Already yesterday before noon the graylings showed interest for flies again. Even if there were no risings and no hatching, several of them broke the water surface to snatch an artificial fly! (See photo gallery)

15th of August

Since yesterday morning the water level at the Gjerfloen fly zone area has gone down incredible 25 cm! It's only 15 cm left till we are under the magic 90 m3/s again. No more rain and we shall have good conditions for fishing this week end.

14th of August

Yesterday before noon the river nearly "exploded". The water level went up nearly 50 cm during a few hours. To night it has rushed down 10 cm again. (Easy comes easy goes?). At the moment I can't get exact flow figures from the power station, but my guess is that we now have aproximately 160 m3/s. Meteorologists have announced that we should have no more rain for the rest of the week. If they turn out to be right there will be, if not perfect conditions for fishing, so at least possible to practise fishing activity in a more or less normal way the comming week end.

13th of August

Yesterday evening and last night we have had some very heavy rain showers again. The water has reacted by going up again and will probabely do so through out the day. The waterlevel has gone up about 50 cm since yesterday afternoon (meassured 1400 today).

12th of August

The water level in the Trysil river goes on sinking and should now have crept under the magic 90 m3/s. Yesterday fishermen from Âlvdalen, Sweden, visited Gjerfloen. During a few hours in the middle of the day Leif Sörensen's catch report showed this dry fly grayling catch even if there were no risings: 1 between 20 - 24 cm, 4 betw 25- 29, 5 betw 30 - 34, 4 betw 35 - 39, 2 betw 40 - 44 cm. This shows that conditions finally are back to normal again. Right weather, right time and right man (woman) should now give record catches!

11th of August

The water level in the Trysil river goes on sinking and should now have reached the magic 90 m3/s. If we don't get too much rain the days ahead, conditions for fishing on the down stream part of Gjerfloen fly zone the week to come is going to be extremely good.

10th of August

The water level in the Trysil river goes on sinking and is now approaching the magic 90 m3/s. Test fishing late yesterday evening proved that the grayling's time of fasting is definitely over. Fishing before noon today (the classic period 0800 - 1100 am) should be even better as the water temp. has gone further down during the night.

9th of August

The water level in the Trysil river goes on creeping down. Even if I can't get exact figures, the flow now must be less than 100 m3/s. Fishing conditions on the fly zone are beginning to be very good. The nights are also colder now and that benefits the grayling. I shall check out fishing this evening, and I shall be astonished if the fishing has not improved considerably!

8th of August

No rain showers yesterday and the waterlevel is continously going down. The flow this morning should be about 100 m3/s and that means good conditions for fly fishing. There has been very little rising the previous week (may be the water temperature has been too high for the grayling's optimal well being), but normally we should have colder nights from now on. This might wake the grayling's appetite again.

7th of August

Only a few local tiny rain showers yesterday afternoon too, and the waterlevel is continously going down. Again the power station have problems with publishing correct water flow figures, my private guess is aprox. 105 m3/s. This flow would be normal at the end of June and the river is now easily accesible for wading.

6th of August

Just a few local rain showers yesterday afternoon were not enough to prevent the waterlevel going down again. Less than 110 m3/s this morning.

Norwegian Championship Flyfishing in Trysil the 3rd and 4th oh August 2002. Nice weather and not so good fishing, but a very well organized arrangement is a brief summing up of the two days from the partisipants. See pictures on the photo gallery page. Results and other info you can find here: www.nkff.com

5th of August

Rain showers yesterday afternoon and this morning will probabely stop the fall of the waterlevel again. The weather prophets foretell nice weather, but the weather gods are teasing them again.

4th of August

Nice and dry weather yesterday and the water level keeps on rushing down. 112 m3/s at the power station today. Warm weather generated insectactivity and risings from 10 o'clock last night.

3rd of August

As we had no rain yesterday the water level is now in full speed down again. I guess that figures from the power station later today will show something like 120 m3/s.

2nd of August

The flow today is more or less the same we have had the last couple of days. Figures from the power station: 127 m3/s.

1st of August

The water flow was up to 129 m3/s this morning. Norwegian Championship Flyfishing will take place in Trysil this week end and Gjerfloen Flyfishing zone will be one of the arenas. As there seem to be not so many participants as first estimated, the eastern bank of the fly zone will be available for other fishermen. Report and pictures from this event will be on the web in the beginning of next week.

July

30th of July

125 m3/s also this morning. Some rain showers yesterday evening obviously have temporarely stopped the decreace in the water level falling.

29th of July

Still no water flow-figures available from the power station, but tomorrow they promised new figures. The water level is nearly racing down and with the warm weather we have had to day (28 degrees C) I am looking very much forward to get the flow figures from the power station tomorrow. Late this evening I got the figures: 125 m3/s. Just a few more days without rain now and we are back to normal.

28th of July

No water flow figures available from the power station till Monday. The water goes on sinking rapidly. The flow today is estimated to be redused to aproximately 130 m3/s. The weather prophets wrong again. The promised sunshine from blue sky is absent, but, - what is more important, we have no rain.

27th of July

No water flow figures available from the power station till Monday. The water goes on sinking rapidly. The flow this aternoon is estimated to be redused to aproximately 140 m3/s. The graylings were obviously woken up by the warm and sunny weather today and a number of nice graylings were landed by the swedish "Linköping gjenget" this afternoon. The fishing is expected to be even better tomorrow.

26th of July

No water flow-figures available from the power station today. We have had no rain since 24th and the water level is sinking rapidly. The flow is estimated to be redused from 160 m3/s yesterday to less than 150 m3/s today. The fact that there were some hatching and risings yesterday afternoon should indicate that the predicted warm weather this week end must generate some more insect hatching. Well, we all know how the graylings react under such circumstances.

25th of July

The rain we had yesterday evening was not enough to stop the water level going down. The water flow at the power station this morning was 160 m3/s. Even if the water flow for the time being is nearly twice of normal, the fish must have food. If we get what the weather prophets have promised, - sunshine and warm weather this week end, there should be some hatching to inspire the graylings to breake the water surface again.

24th of July

No waterflow figures available from the power station today. At Plassen the water level has been more or less constant since yesterday caused by some more rain yesterday evening. As there have been only a few very tiny rain showers this afternoon, it is expected that the water level this evening will be on its way down again.

23rd of July

The rain yesterday resulted in 15 mm precipitation at Plassen. The rain fall over the district has generated the water flow up to 173 m3/s this afternoon. The water level has now reached its maximum and as we have had only a few rain showers today the waterl evel will be decreasing again tonight. We shall certainly have unnormally high water for some days ahead, but the weather prognoses for the comming days are good and fishing might be OK again next week end even if the water still will be high.

22nd of July

The rain showers last week has kept the river back from changing to normal after the "spring tide" July 11th. Today the waterflow at Lutufallet Powerstation is 160 m3/s. Normal for this time of the year should be less than 100 m3/s. However, even if the water level is high, more or less similar to what we had last year, fishing is possible. If the weather and temperature is right, we can even have nice fishing on the right spots.

14th of July

Trysil river soon back to normal! The river is slowly changing back to normal. However, it is a large water system and I guess it takes a week or so before we can see the river like it was before July 11th. There will be no updating of this page till July 22nd as I'm going north west for seatrout fishing. This period my wife will take care of fishing liceses and info.

13th of July

Fishing again in Trysil river! The wate rlevel continues to go down very rapidly. Even if there still is some "sherry" in the water, the river has regained most of its transparency. We have had nice and warm weather today and even if the water still is high, my guess is that this evening and tomorrow we will see the graylings rising again.

12th of July

Still no fishing in Trysil river! Last night the water level went down approximately 20 cm and the water colour is better, but no fly fishing today either. Keep on "charging the batteries", have patience and just wait, - we fishermen are used to that. (See pictures on the photo gallery)

11th of July

No fishing in Trysil river today! Last night a tropical thunder storm struck the central and northern parts of Trysil and Engerdal and caused a "spring tide" in the Trysil river. The water level jumped up more than one meter during a few hours before noon today and the water flow is estimated to be more than 250 m3/s this afternoon. Normal for the time being should be 90 m3/s. The onrush of water from the sideriver Elta, swept away three bridges and a house. Several roads have been damaged and closed for traffic. The Trysil river has today been more or less like a brown porridge, totally opaque. If you have planned to visit the Trysil river for fishing the next couple of days, I would rather advice you to stay in bed, at the bardisk or whatever you prefer when fishing has rendered impossible. (See pictures on the photo gallery page)

9th of July

The water flow is continuing to go down even if there still is a little rain in the air now and then and the water level is OK for fishing. When can we again tune in with the good old Beatles' melody: "Here comes the sun"!?

8th of July

The water flow is on its way down again. As indicated on Friday (5th) the fishing this week end was not too good even if there were shorter periods of "willingness". I think we should like to ask the weather gods a favour: "Sunshine and warm weather, please."

6th of July

The water flow has continued to go up since yesterday and is now approximately + 110 m3/s again. Last night we had a mild and nice weather and there were a lot of risings, but noone were fishing on the fly zone. New fishermen are comming later today.

5th of July

Today the water flow is a little up again caused by the rain we had last night. The fly fishing was therefore not so good before noon today. Nice weather this aternoon and quite good dry fly fishing (yellow/brown superpuppa). The weather reports are saying that we shall have rain showers till Monday and sunshine again from Tuesday. This might leed to not so good fly fishing this weekend, but we have seen before that the weather prophets not always are to rely on so we just have to wait and see.

4th of July

Today the water flow is further down and the fishing conditions on the downstream parts of the fly zone are beginning to be real good. The germans have had good fishing so far today with black "Superpuppa". To night they will try again with black muddlers and sedges.

3rd of July

It was not that rainy yesterday so the water level will go on falling also today. There will be no waterflow figures the comming days because the power station is undergoing repairs. The lower water flow the better is the fishing on the down stream part of the fly zone. At the end August 1999 the water flow was less than 40 m3/s and the fishing then was absolutely marvellous. As there were no fishermen on the fly zone yesterday, there is nothing to report. 50 fishermen have so far returned 29 cathreports. These tell that since the 20th of June more than 400 fishes have been landed. 4 Swedes, "Team Götene", have had greatest success till now. During two days they landed more than 150 graylings mainly hooked by means of brown "Klinkhammer".

2nd of July

Today the water flow is down on 99 m3/s. This is normal for this time of the year. No fishermen on the fly zone today (resting day for the fish). The weather forecast says that we shall have some rain today. This may influence the water flow a little for tomorrow. The fishing yesterday evening was not so good. The reason could be a fall in the air pressure caused by the weather change.

1st of July

Today the water flow is down on 102 m3/s and will probably go further down during the rest of the day and night when we have had only a few very tiny rain showers today. Three Germans were fishing from 0730 till 1130 this morning. Most of the graylings were around 35 cm and some bigger, up to 45 cm. Best success with "goldheads".

June

30th of June

Today the water flow is down again on 105 m3/s and will probably go further down during the night even if we have had some rain showers today. Yesterday afternoon was not as good as expected because of the strong wind and colder weather. Today three Germans had nice fishing both before noon and in the evening. A good number of graylings between 35 and 40 cm and also a few 40 cm +.

29th of June

Today the water flow is up on 111 m3/s and will probably go down again till tomorrow as we have had nice weather today. 10 flyfishers on the fly-zone had nice fishing before noon today and I expect good fishing the rest of the day too. I am lookoing forward to seeing the cath reports this evening.

28th of June

Today the water flow is up on 110 m3/s and will probably go up a little more during the day because of the rain we had yesterday. Of the same reason the fishing yesterday was not so good. The weather forecast predicts nice weather again next week. Then we just have to wait and see. Anyway, my experince is that the weather gods have more power than the weather prophets.

27th of June

Today the water flow is down on 102 m3/s. There are 10 fly fishermen, all swedes, on the fly zone today. Weather changing between rain showers and sunshine today, normally generates good fishing. Fishing report comes tomorrow.

26th of June

Today the water flow is down on 104 m3/s. 4 swedish fishermen from "Götene" caught together 101 graylings on the fly zone yesterday. Most of them between 25 and 35 cm, but also some bigger. Nice weather and favourable waterlevel should give perfect conditions for fishing also this evening.

25th of June

Today the water flow is down on 106 m3/s again. 8 fishermen on the fly zone had good fishing before noon today. Nice weather and favourable water level should give perfect conditions for fishing this evening.

24th of June

We had some rain yesterday evening that influenced the water flow a little (up to 110 m3/s). The water level are still normal and conditions for fishing are good.

21st of June

We had some rain last night that probabaly will keep the water flow stabil during the day (106 m3/s this morning). The last few days the water level has been more or less constant. Conditions for fishing are still good. The predicted improve in the weather this afternoon should indicate good fishing this evening.

19th of June (07.00 am)

The terrible weather that was predicted to reach our district last night didn't come and at this moment the sun is shining from a blue sky. We had some rain last night that probabaly will generate a minor increase in the water flow during the day, but conditions for fishing are still good. Sunshine after rain normally produces may fly hatching.

17th of June

Because of some rain showers yesterday the water flow has increased from 104 m3/s to 106 m3/s today. The water level is normal for this time of the summer. Conditions for fishing are good.

16th of June

Since the rain stopped the water flow is reduced from 125 m3/s a couple of days ago to 104 m3/s today. This afternoon the danica hatched in large numbers and the fish reacted with lots of risings all over the river.

11th of June

Flow: 100 m3/s. Caused by some heavy rain showers the last couple of days the water level has gone a little up again, but conditions for fishing are still good. Temperature more than 20 degrees C every day also generates high insect activity.

9th of June

Flow: 90 m3/s. No temp. observation to day, - technical problems at the power station. The water flow at the moment is similar to what is normal at midsummer. Yesterday the first yellow May flies were seen! Saturday, at 8 o'clock pm, there were a lot raising graylings at the upper slow streaming part of the fly zone. In spite of nice weather, raising graylings and good water conditions, - no flyfishers was observed the whole day. Of course we know that these people may be a little bit conservative, but it is possible to have nice fly fishing even if it is not week 26!

7th of June

Flow: 95 m3/s. No temp. observation to day. Compared with normal: Water flow lower.

6th of June

Flow: 100 m3/s. Temp.: 16 degrees C. Compared with normal: Water flow lower, temp. higher. Conditions for fly fishing are biginning to be good. The water flow at the moment is less than we had most of last summer. Coming week-end I guess fly fishing in our district will take off.

3rd of June

Flow: 125 m3/s. Temp.: 14 degrees C Compared with normal: Water flow lower, temp. higher.

May

31st of May

Flow: 176 m3/s. Temp.: 12 degrees C. Compared with normal: Water flow lower, temp. higher.

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 Waterlevel
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 Fishing tip!
Nymphfishing. Maybe dryfly in the afternoon when the weather is nice.


Danica

Pink Panter

October grayling


Brown Trout

Night light



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