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News 2004. 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

15th of November

Water temp: 0,5 C degrees today. Air temp 3 C degrees, sunshine. During less than 2 hours I landed 12 graylings in the middle of the day. 8 of them were between 35 cm and 40 cm. Czech nymphs as usual.

13th of November

Water temp: 2 C degrees today. Air temp 3 C degrees, sunshine. Nice weather but very strong wind from north made fishing nearly impossible today. Nevertheless I succeeded in hooking two graylings, between 35 cm and 40 cm, with my czech nymphs also today.

10th of November

Water temp: 2 C degrees today. Air temp 2 C degrees, snowshowers. Czech nymphs gave me 11 nice graylings during a couple of hours in the middle of the day.

9th of November

Water temp: 2 C degrees today. Air temp 4 C degrees. Czech nymphs gave me 6 nice graylings during a couple of hours after noon also today.

8th of November

Water temp: 1,5 C degrees today. Air temp 3 C degrees. Czech nymphs gave me 8 nice graylings during a couple of hours in the middle of the day. 7 of them between 35 cm and 42 cm.

Fishing licenses 2004

Nationality June July August Sept. Oct. Total
Norway 15 21 12 41 0 89
Sweden 28 31 25 19 11 114
Denmark 0 1 0 12 0 13
Germany 0 2 0 1 0 3
Holland 0 1 0 0 0 1
Portugal 1 0 0 0 0 1
England 0 0 2 0 0 2
USA 0 0 4 0 0 4
Switzerland 0 0 0 0 0 1
44 56 43 73 12 228

Statistics based on the fishermen's catch reports 2002 - 2004

From the statistics below it is most interesting to see that the number of + 35 cm fishes are growing. In the year 1999, the year before we started Gjerfloen Flyfishing, test fishing showed that only 10 % of the graylings were + 35 cm. And now, in 2004 the percentage is 34!

940 fishes in the different lenght groups 2004

Size in cm 20 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 + 40
Total 115 190 316 276 43
% 12,0 20,0 34,0 29,0 5,0

708 fishes in the different lenght groups 2003

Size in cm 20 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 + 40
Total 119 190 208 167 24
% 17,0 27,0 29,0 24,0 3,0

1043 fishes in the different lenght groups 2002

Size in cm 20 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 + 40
Total 147 278 356 215 47
% 14,0 27,0 34,0 21,0 4,0

Catches pr month 2004

June July August Sept. Oct.
Total 365 183 72 225 95 940
% 39,0 19,5 7,5 24,0 10,0

Catches pr month 2003

June July August Sept. Oct.
Total 56 209 111 324 8 708
% 8,0 29,5 15,5 46,0 1,0

Catches pr month 2002

June July August Sept. Oct.
Total 397 63 282 297 4 1043
% 38,0 6,0 27,0 28,5 0,5

October

30th of October

Water flow down to 75 m3/s this morning. Wate rtemp: 3 C degrees. Airtemp 3 C degrees. Very good fishing on Gjerfloen Flyfishing. Czech nymph fishing gave me 17 graylings this afternoon. Only 4 of them less than 35 cm. No fishermen except myself on the flyzone since October 17th.

28th of October

Water flow 85 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 3 C degrees. Airtemp 0 C degrees. Even this afernoon 2 graylings, 34 cm and 38 cm grabbed my flies. What flies? Czech nymphs of course!

26th of October

Water flow 87 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 5C degrees. Airtemp 8 C degrees. I landed 3 nymph graylings up to 40 cm this aftrnoon. See photogallery

25th of October

Water flow 84 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 5C degrees. Airtemp 5 C degrees and rainshowers. I landed 5 nymph graylings up to 40 cm this afternoon.

24th of October

Water flow up to 85 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 5C degrees. Airtemp 6 C degrees this afternoon. Yesterday I had quite nice nymphfishing, landed 7 good graylings. Today the waterlevel has been going up again and the fishing conditions have been no good.

21st of October

Water flow 74 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 5C degrees. Air temp 3C degrees this afternoon. I landed 6 "czech nymph graylings" this afternoon.

20th of October

Water flow 74 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 5C degrees. Air temp 6C degrees this afternoon. I landed 8 "czech nymph graylings" today, biggest 40 and 42 cm. The weather prophets say we shall have airtemperature up to 10 C degrees the comming week end. This means very good fishing conditions!

17th of October

Water flow 77 m3/s this morning. Watertemp: 5C degrees. Air temp 6C degrees this afternoon. I landed 7 nice "nymph graylings" today, biggest 42 cm. 4 Swedes also landed some, catchreports not received yet.

16th of October

Water flow 78 m3/s this morning. Water temp: Up gain to 5C degrees again. Air temp 6C degrees this afternoon. I landed 6 nice "nymph graylings" between 2 and 3 o'clock PM today.

15th of October

Waterflow 80 m3/s this morning. Watertemp: 4C degrees. Airtemp up to 7 C degrees this afternoon,, The weekend is predicted not too cold so I think the chances to catch some "nymph-graylings" are good.

14th of October

Water flow down to 80 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 4C degrees. Air temp 2 C degrees this afternoon, but I had to trim the flyrod a little today too. Two graylings were landed before i lost the feeling in my fingers and returned home.

13th of October

Water flow down to 84 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 5C degrees. Landed four and lost three graylings at Halvorsøya this afternoon. Czech nymphs of course!

12th of October

Water flow down to 88 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 5C degrees. Cold wind from north and cold water did not prevent 7 graylings between 31 and 37 cm from taking my czech nymphs also this afternoon! (See photogallery)

10th of October

Water flow down to 95 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 6C degrees. Cold weather and cold water, nevertheless 14 graylings between 29 cm and 38 cm were landed with my my czech nymphs!

9th of October

Water flow down to 99 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 6C degrees. Cold wind from north and cold water did not prevent 8 graylings between 28 and 38 cm from taking my czech nymphs during the afternoon!

7th of October

Water flow down to 112 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 8C degrees. The grayling are eating. Fishing conditions today were not perfect, however, 6 graylings between 30 and 40 cm grabbed my czech nymphs!

6th of October

Water flow up to 137 m3/s this morning. Normal for the time being would be about 60 m3/s. Water temp: 8C degrees. Fishing conditions only for those with super high flyfishing abstinence!

5th of October

Water flow up to 112 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 8C degrees. We have had nearly 30 mm rain the last three days and the flow is going up again. No good fishing conditions at the moment.

3rd of October

Water flow down to 86 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 8C degrees. Rain and windy weather the last two days did not tempt anybody to visit the flyzone since October 1st.

1st of October

Water flow down to 90 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 9 C degrees. Nice weather and better fishing again today. Traditional dry fly- and nymph fishing did not work very well, while czech nymph fishing was much more successful.

September

30th of September

Water flow stable 95 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 9 C degrees.

29th of September

Water flow down to 95 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 9 C degrees. High air pressure and nice weather is predicted for the rest of the week. In spite of a waterlevel above normal, fishing conditions are expected to be quite good the comming days.

28th of September

Water flow down to 96 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 9 C degrees.

27th of September

Last night's rain brought the waterflow up to 100 m3/s again this morning. Watertemp: 9 C degrees.

26th of September

Water flow down to 95 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 10 C degrees. Fishing conditions are OK, but the graylings were not very willing to eat to day, - very few catches. The reason might be falling air pressure.

25th of September

Water flow down to 100 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 9C degrees. Fishing conditions are OK.

24th of September

Water flow down to 112 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 8C degrees. Fishing conditions this weekend seem to be OK. A lot of rising graylings were observed at the shooting arena on the upper part of the fly zone yesterday afternoon.

23rd of September

Water flow down to 132 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 9 C degrees.

22nd of September

Water flow up to 138 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 9 C degrees. The flow is on it's way down again, but we'll have some rain today too. Therefore the decrease in the flow will not be very fast. In spite of the extremely bad fly fishing conditions, Konrad Reithmayer, Hamburg Germany, landed 4 graylings between 24 cm and 38 cm. See photo gallery.

21st of September

Water flow up to 123 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 9 C degrees. It's been raining all night, but not today and I guess the flow will culminate this evening at aprox. 130 m3/s. Some rain showers are predicted the days ahead, but the flow will go down again to fishable level towards the week end.

20th of September

Water flow up to 100 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 10 C degrees. It's been raining all day and tomorrow morning the flow might be more than 100.

19th of September

Water flow up to 93 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 10 C degrees. In spite of very difficult fishing conditions on Sunday (fast increasing water flow), a good number of very nice graylings were landed (see photogallery). Czech nymph fishing method were the right medicine.

18th of September

Water flow up again to 74 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 10 C degrees. Quite good nymph fishing before the rain started in the afternoon.

17th of September

Water flow down again to 72 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 10 C degrees. Some rain showers are predicted, but fishing conditions are expected to be quite good the comming week end.

16th of September

Water flow up to 90 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 9 C degrees. The water level is now going down again and the water is clear. Fishing this week end will be no problem even if the water level is higher than normal for this time of the year.

15th of September

Water flow up to 78 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 11 C degrees. It's been raining all night and I guess that we tomorrow morning shall have a waterf low approx 100 m3/s. Normal water flow in the middle of September is about 55 m3/s. Very little rain is predicted the rest of the week which means that the flow will go rapidly down again. The fishing conditions the comming week end will not be perfect, but with the right methods it will be possible to catch something.

14th of September

Waterflow up to 64 m3/s this morning. Watertemp: 12 C degrees. Heavy rain showers last night brought the flow up again. More rain is expected tomorrow so we are likely to have a waterlevel above normal the comming week end.

13th of September

Waterflow 56 m3/s this morning. This is very close to the normal for the time being. Water temp: 12 C degrees. Fishing conditions at the moment are very good. Czech nymphs gave me a few graylings up to 37 cm between 11 and 12 o'clock.

11th of September

Water flow 55 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 12 C degrees. Members of the Norwegian fly fishing club INVICTA visiting Gjerfloen Flyfishing. According to catch reports they landed 28 graylings and 2 brown trouts between 25 cm and 43 cm. See pictures on the photogallery page.

10th of September

Water flow stable 58 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 12 C degrees at 1 o'clock PM. 4 Swedish fishermen on the fly zone today. Fishing conditions seemed to be very good, nice weather, nice everything, but the graylings were absolutely not interested in the presented artificial flies! It is a really frustrating situation, - that the fish with the small brain is outdoing ours, - again and again.

9th of September

Water flow down to 58 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 14 C degrees at 3 o'clock PM. 6 Danish fishermen had quite good fishing before noon, but even if the weather was nice and warm the afternoon fishing was not so good.

8th of September

Water flow 64 m3/s also today. Water temp: 13 C degrees at Plassen. No fishermen on the fly zone today. Cold wind from north has made fishing difficult the last couple of days. Good weather predictions for the rest of the week.

7th of September

Water flow down to 64 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 14 C degrees at Plassen. No fishermen on the flyz one today. Fishing conditions are good.

6th of September

Water flow down to 67 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 14 C degrees at Plassen. Some nice graylings up to 43 cm hooked on czech nymphs on the fly zone before noon today.

5th of September

Water flow down to 68 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 13 C degrees at Plassen. When the sun came at 1100 AM today the graylings woke up and I also had good fishing with my czech nymphs between 5 and 6 in the afternoon.

4th of September

Water flow down to 72 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 12 C degrees at Plassen. Fishing has improved again. A good number of graylings caught yesterday afternoon. Nymphs and even dry flies worked well.

3rd of September

Water flow down to 78 m3/s this morning. Water temp: 12 C degrees at Plassen. 5 fishermen on the fly zone today. Catchreports are comming to morrow.

2nd of September

The water flow culminated this morning and is now going down again. Watertemp: 12 C degrees at Plassen this morning. Rising fish observed this afternoon and the predicted nice weather the next days is a good basis for optimism concerning fishing this week end.

1st of September

Water flow up to 87 m3/s this morning and the water level has continued to go up during the day. Water temp: 12 C degrees at Plassen today. No good fly fishing conditions are expected till Friday afternoon.

August

31st of August

Water flow stable 56 m3/s. Watertemp: 13 C degrees at Plassen also today. Fishing on Monday was also bad. Heavy rain showers last night and today will bring the waterlevel up again. Nice weather is predicted for Thursday and Friday. This might generate better fishing the comming week end than we have had for some time now.

30th of August

Water flow stable 56 m3/s. Water temp: 13 C degrees at Plassen also today. According to catch reports, last week end's fishing was very disappointing in spite of good weather-, temperature- and waterconditions.

26th of August

Water flow down to 56 m3/s. Water temp: 13 C degrees at Plassen also today.

25th of August

Water flow down to 60 m3/s. Water temp: 13 C degrees at Plassen in the afternoon. The graylings are eating! 48 cm grayling landed this evening. See photo gallery.

24th of August

Water flow down again to 62 m3/s. Minimum air temp last night: 0 C degrees. Water temp: 14 C degrees at Plassen in the afternoon. Two fishermen on the fly zone. Even if the fishing conditions apparently were quite good there were nearly no catches.

23rd of August

Water flow up to 68 m3/s. Minimum air temp last night: -2 C degrees. Water temp: 12 C degrees at Plassen this morning.

22nd of August

Water flow up to 64 m3/s. The fishing this week end was not as good as expected. The rain we had last night and before noon today will lead to a further increase in the water flow the comming 24 hours. Water temp: 14 C degrees at Plassen today.

20th of August

Water flow up to 58 m3/s. The increase in the water flow will culminate late this afternoon. If we don't get too much rain the comming days, we shall have good fishing this weekend. Water temp: 16 C degrees at Plassen also today.

19th of August

Water flow stable 40 m3/s. Water level is perfect on the lower part of the fly zone. Watertemp: 16 C degrees at Plassen also today. Heavy rain showers today are bringing the water flow up again. Brad McCracken, USA, landed 19 graylings yesterday, most of them between 30 and 35 cm. No reports yet from the two Norwegians fishing on the fly zone this afternoon.

17th of August

Water flow stable 40 m3/s. Water level is perfect on the lower part of the fly zone. Watertemp: Down to 16 C degrees at Plassen. Very good fishing today. Grayling 51 cm. Pictures on the photo gallery page.

16th of August

Water flow down 40 m3/s. Water level is perfect on the lower part of the flyzone. Water temp: 17 C degrees at Plassen also today. Fishing upstream the fly zone gave a good number of grayligs between 30 and 35 cm this afternoon.

15th of August

Water flow stable 41 m3/s. Water level is perfect on the lower part of the fly zone. Watertemp: Down to 17 C degrees at Plassen this morning. The graylings have started to eat again! Team Hans Molin from Karlskoga, Sweden, landed 23 grayling on the fly zone yesterday.

14th of August

Water flow down to 41 m3/s. Water level is perfect on the lower part of the flyzone. Water temp: 19 C degrees at Plassen at 1500 AM today. The graylings have started to eat again!

13th of August

Water flow down to 43 m3/s. Water level is perfect on the lower part of the fly zone. Water temp: 19 C degrees at Plassen at 8 o'clock AM today. I guess the graylings will wake up again this week end.

12th of August

Water flow down to 46 m3/s. The warm weather continous and even if the water level is perfect the warm water makes the fish hard to catch. Water temp: 22 C degrees at Plassen at 5 o'clock PM today. Colder nights and lower daytemp are predicted. I therefore think that the graylings very soon will wake up again.

11th of August

Water flow down to 48 m3/s. The warm weather continous and even if the water level is perfect the warm water (approx. 20 C degrees in the afternoon) makes the fish hard to catch.

10th of August

Water flow down to 50 m3/s. The water level is perfect for fishing. The warm water makes the fish hard to catch, though I hooked a few graylings on czech nymphs between 0700 and 0900 this morning. Best periods: Late evening and morning.

9th of August

Water flow down to 52 m3/s. The water level is perfect for fishin. The warm water makes the fish hard to catch, but not impossible. Best periods: Late evening and morning.

8th of August

Water flow down to 55 m3/s again. The water level is again perfect for fishing, but the warm and sunny weather has heatened the water up to nearly 20 C degrees. I guess there will be no good fishing till we get lower temperatures again.

6th of August

Water flow up to 72 m3/s this morning. No rain since yesterday morning. Increase in the water level will stop during the day and we shall probabely have quite good fishing this afternoon.

5th of August

Water flow up to 67 m3/s this evening. Heavy rain yesterday and last night (36 mm at Plassen) has brought the waterflow up and water temp down today. No more rain is predicted and therefore i guess we shall have good fishing conditions again tomorrow.

3rd of August

Water flow down to 44 m3/s this morning. Even if the waterlevel is perfect, the water temp is to high for good fishhing at the moment.

2nd of August

Water flow down to 45 m3/s this morning, the lowest level so far this season. Fishing conditions are perfect, but the water temp is to high at the moment.

1st of August

No report from the power station today, but the water flow today is down to the lowest level so far this season. High air temp last week has also brought the water temp up so high that the fish will not eat. No good catches since Friday.

July

30th of July

Waterf low 49 m3/s. Journalists from the German fishing magazine "Fisch und Fang" at Plassen. See photo gallery.

29th of July

Water flow down to 49 m3/s. Nice weather and water temp 14 C degrees also this morning. Very good fishing conditions. Good dry fly fishing also today. Vidar Paulsen's "Gul Enke" gave me 12 nice graylings between 17.00 and 18.30. Others had good fishing with "Superpuppa" earlier today.

28th of July

Water flow down to 51 m3/s. Nice weather and water temp up to 14 C degrees. Very good fishing conditions. Good dry fly fishing after 15.30 also today. Vidar Paulsen's "Gul Enke" gave me 10 nice graylings between 16.30 and 18.00.

27th of July

Water flow down again to 55 m3/s. Very good fishing conditions. Nice weather and green Superpuppa worked very well on the upper part of the flyzone from 15.30.

25th of July

Water flow going up before noon today because of the rain we had yesterday, 60 m3/s. Still very good fishing conditions. Some nice graylings were caught also before noon. I expect better fishing tonight when the water begins to go down again. (See photo gallery)

23rd of July

Water flow stable, 52 m3/s. Water temp 12 C degrees. Very good fishing conditions. Best period from 10 PM.

22nd of July

Some rain before noon today keeps the water flow stable. Very good fishing conditions. No fishermen on the fly zone today.

21st of July

Water flow 50 m3/s. Water temp. 11 C degrees. Very good fishing conditions. Good dry fly fishing before 11 AM today.

20th of July

Wate rflow stabile. Very good fishing conditions. 4 fishermen on the fly zone today. Warmer weather has generated better fishing again, the late hours have turned out to be the best.

19th of July

Water flow stabile. Water temp. 11 C degrees. Very good fishing conditions. No fishermen on the fly zone since the 16th.

17th of July

Water flow up to 52 m3/s today. Very good fishing conditions. Late yesterday afternoon team Lars Viberg landed 19 graylings. Sizes. 20 - 24 cm: 2, 25 - 29 cm: 4, 30 - 34 cm: 6, 35 - 39 cm: 6, 40 - 44 cm: 1.

16th of July

Water flow stable 49 m3/s also today. The same good fishing conditions as yesterday. Some graylings were caught before the thunder weather started at noon today. See photo gallery.

15th of July

Water flow stable 49 m3/s today. The same good fishing conditions as yesterday. Another nice brown trout from Landsjøen yesterday. See photo gallery.

14th of July

Water flow down to 49 m3/s today. Water temp. 11 C degrees. Fishing conditions in the river are perfect. 4 Swedish flyfishermen and myself on the fly zone landed 42 graylings and one brown trout yesterday. Sizes. 20 - 24 cm: 6, 25 - 29 cm: 10, 30 - 34 cm: 13, 35 - 39 cm: 13, 40 - 44 cm: 1.

13th of July

Water flow stable, 52 m3/s also today. Fishing conditions in the river are perfect. 4 Swedish flyfishermen on the fly zone also today. Fishing yesterday evening was not so good, better before noon today. Warmer weather are predicted from tomorrow. This might generate some more hatching than we have seen lately.

12th of July

Water flow stable, 52 m3/s this morning. Fishing conditions in the river are perfect. 4 Swedish flyfishermen on the fly zone today. Catch reports are comming tomorrow.

11th of July

Water flow down to 52 m3/s this morning. Fishing conditions in the river are perfect, but there has been no fishermen on the flyzone since Wednesday.

10th of July

Water flow down to 53 m3/s this morning. Fishing conditions in the river are perfect. The brown trouts in Landsjøen are still active. See photo gallery.

8th of July

Water flow up to 56 m3/s this morning. Water temp 12 C degrees. Fishing conditions are perfect.

7th of July

Water flow down to 55 m3/s this morning. Water temp 11 C degrees. Two nice brown trouts landed at Landsjøen last night (See photo gallery).

6th of July

Water flow up to 58 m3/s this morning.Lots of rising fish between 1900 an 2000 yetrday evening. A short but intensive rising period from 2315 to 2330 also. I succeeded in landing 5 graylings during those 15 minutes.

5th of July

Water flow down to 53 m3/s this morning. Some rain last night and today will probabely bring the water flow a llittle up again. Water temp 13 C degrees. The graylings were hard to catch last weekend. Hatching of different insects at the same time made it difficult to find out what the graylings really were eating. I succeeded in landing a nice brown trout (49 cm) before noon yesterday.

2nd of July

Water flow down to 56 m3/s this morning. Water temp 13 C degrees. Fishing conditions are very good, but hatching is down because of the cold weather. Nymphs are the best choise at the moment.

1st of July

Water flow down to 58 m3/s this morning. Water temp 11 C degrees also today. Yesterday the graylings were hard to tempt with dry flies, while czech nymphs worked well.

June

30th of June

Water flow also 60 m3/s this morning. Since yesterday evening the water level has been going slowly down again. Water temp 11 C degrees. A few Danicas were also seen yesterday evening. Good fishing conditions.

29th of June

Waterflow up to 60 m3/s this morning. Good fishing conditions. Fly pike landed this morning. See photo gallery.

28th of June

Water flow 56 m3/s this morning. Water temp 12 C degrees. Perfect fishing conditions.

27th of June

Water flow a little bit up yesterday, but stable today. Very good fishing conditions. The Danica is still hatching. Erik Nilsen Oslo, caught a 1,4 kg Landsjø brown trout on wet fly.

25th of June

150 mm of rain since yesterday. Water flow up only 1 m3/s to 50 m3/s this morning. Still some rain in the air, but a little bit higher temperature than we lately have been used to. Fishing conditions are very good.

24th of June

Water flow stable, 49 m3/s this morning. Water temp. 9 C degrees. Rain today will surely bring the water flow up a little tomorrow, but I think the fishing conditions still will be very good. Weather prognoses for the comming days say rain showers, more sunny weather on Sunday. This should indicate very good fishing also this week end.

23rd of June

Water flow down again to 49 m3/s this morning. Fishing conditions are very good.

22nd of June

Water flow down again to 50 m3/s this morning. Fishing conditions are very good. 3 fishermen on the fly zone today caught 24, mostly smaller graylings.

21st of June

Rain showers the last couple of days have brought water flow a little bit up again, 51 m3/s this morning. Fishing conditions are very good. No fishermen on the flyzone since Saturday.

20th of June

All times high on Gjerfloen Flyfishing this weekend. From Thursday 17th to Saturday 19th 246 graylings and 2 brown trouts were landed. 20 - 24 cm: 30. 25 - 29 cm: 42. 30 - 34 cm: 93 35 - 39 cm: 63. 40 - 44 cm: 20. See photo gallery

18th of June

Water flow slowly down, 49 m3/s this morning. Lots of hatching and very good fishing reported also today. Team Ulf Olsson from Örebro/Laxå, Sweden, have caught more than 100 graylings upstream the flyzone the last two days.

17th of June

Stable water flow. Improve in the weather this afternoon generated lots of hatching. Team Clas Olsson from Lidköping, Sweden, had fantastic fishing on the flyzone today. 145 graylings were landed and released. 20 - 24 cm: 20. 25 - 29 cm: 25. 30 - 34 cm: 60. 35 - 39 cm: 30. 40 - 44 cm: 10

16th of June

Stable and perfect water flow for fishing the last few days, but strong and cold wind from the north has made the conditions difficult. For the week end some rain are predicted and that might not be to bad if we get less wind.

15th of June

No reports from the power station today. The water level is sinking and I guess that the flow is about 53 m3/s. Fishermen on Gjerfloen yesterday (see the photo gallery page)

13th of June

56 m3/s also today. Nice brown trout caught on dry fly at Landsjøen on Friday. 57 cm, 1,9 kg. (Picture below). Nice brown trout tagget at Sagnfossen Powerstation today, 53 cm 1,28 kg (See photogallery)

10th of June

Flow down to 56 m3/s this morning. Perfect conditions for fly fishing in the streamy parts of the river. Lots of hatching are reported from the river. The Vulgata hatching has started at Landsjøen and the brown trouts were very activ after noon today.

8th of June

Some rain yesterday brought the water flow up to 61 m3/s this morning. Test fishing today showed that the graylings were very willing to take both dry flies and nymphs.

7th of June

Water flow down to 60 m3/s this morning. Some rain today will fresh up the water and make the already good fishing conditions even better.

6th of June

Water flow down to 64 m3/s this morning. Last year we had the same waterflow as late as the 7th of September! So low water this early in the season is absolutely abnormal, but it makes perfect conditions for fly fishing. I was discussing this matter the other day with an old man, living all his 92 years on the bank of this river. He had never ever seen such a low water in the beginning of June! It might perhaps also be of interest that at Plassen we have had only 13.3 mm of rain since 1st of May!

4th of June

Flow down to 65 m3/s this morning. Nice weather and extremely good fishing conditions at the moment!

2nd of June

Flow down to 69 m3/s. Perfect fishing conditions!

May

31st of May

Flow down to 70 m3/s this morning. Water temp. 10,5 C degrees. Very good fishing conditions.

30th of May

Flow down to 71 m3/s this morning. This is a extremely low flow so early in the season, but it is perfect for the fish and for the fishermen. The graylings have been rising in large numbers the last couple of days, but no fishermen have been observed (this phenomena might also be an advantage for the fish...)

29th of May

The flow down to 78 m3/s this morning. Nice weather and very good flyfishing conditions. Afternoon and early evening are the best periods for fishing at the moment.

28th of May

Waterflow down to 80 m3/s and water temp. 9 C degrees this morning. Nice weather and rising watertemp is predicted the days ahead. These facts indicates perfect conditions for flyfishing this week end.

27th of May

Water flow down 5 m3/s to 85 m3/s this morning. The sun is shining again and flyfishing conditions are very good! Some good graylings showed their backfinns before noon today.

26th of May

The first graylings are obsreved rising at Plassen! Even if we have had cold weather for a long period now there has been some hatching. Warmer weather are predicted from now on and I'm sure that those who have the opportunity to present their dryflies here the comming week end will go home with some wonderful memories. The water flow today is 90 m3/s, the same level we had in the beginning of of July last year. This means that most of the hotspots are wadeable.

16th of May

The water level is going rapidly down. The water flow in the Trysil river is at the moment less than 150 m3/s. This level is what is normal about the 10th of June. If we get some more sun now, we might see the backfinns of the first graylings about the 20th of May. This is 3 weeks earlier than normal. Reports will be comming.

2nd of May

We have had a very early spring again this year. I shall not be astonished if the first graylings show their backfin as early as the 25th of May (Normally we see the first rings on the water between the 5th and the 10th of June). It might as well be that we get a June like the year 2002, the hatching of the different insects appeared nearly two weeks before normal. Info will come on this website.

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