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News 2005. 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


Statistics 2005

Fishing licenses 2005

Nationality June July August Sept. Oct. Total
Norway 34 0 9 6 0 51
Sweden 16 115 13 35 5 184
Denmark 0 2 0 0 0 2
Germany 3 0 0 0 0 3
Holland 5 2 0 12 0 19
Poland 0 3 0 0 0 3
Spain 0 1 0 0 0 1
58 123 22 53 7 263

The number of sold fishing licencec increased from 228 last year till 263 this year.

644 fishes based on cath reports from the fishermen 2005 dispersed in lenght groups

Size in cm 20 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 + 40
Total 125 157 173 143 46
% 19,5 24,5 27,0 22,0 7,0

Compared with the statistics below (2002 - 2004) we can see that the fishing this year has not been so good. June was cold with high water. July was warm and the water temperature was too high. In August we got too high water again. September and October were very good months even if the water in periods was high. November seem to be the ultimate month for the biggest graylings. statistic below. The November figures are not included in the statistic abowe.

99 fishes caught during November 2005

Size in cm 20 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 + 40
Total 7 19 21 38 14

From this statistic we can see that November (cold water) is the best period for the biggest graylings! The November fishes are caught by myself and Geir Kjensmo (one day).

940 fishes dispersed in 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 dispersed in 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 dispersed in 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 2005

June July August Sept. Oct.
Total 120 108 96 249 71 644
% 18,5 17,0 15,0 38,5 11,0

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

This year I was tagging fish again in September and October, like I did in 2001 (statistics below). These fishes are very accurately measured and registrated. According to these figures, which I consider very reliable, the percentage of graylings over 35 cms within the flyzone has incresed from 19,5 till 36,6 since 2001. These tagged fishes are not included in the statistics from 2005 above.

427 fishes dispersed in lenght groups 2005

Size in cm 20 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 + 40
% 15,0 30,0 18,5 33,0 3,5

470 fishes dispersed in lenght groups 2001

Size in cm 20 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 + 40
% 24,5 25,5 31,5 16,5 2,0

December

5th of December

Visiting Prague 1st - 4th of December. Meeting Flyfishing World Champion, Jan Siman. See the photogallery page.

November

22nd of November

Water flow 75 m3/s this morning. Water temp 0,8 C degrees. Because of cold weather I've not been fly fishing since November 10th. As the air temp had gone up to minus 1 C degree today, I took a chance and drowned my czech nymphs again. It was fantastic! After one hour I could not feel my toes any longer and had to stop fishing, but during that session I hooked 15 graylings up to 42 cms! See the photo gallery page.

21st of November

Water flow 80 m3/s also this morning. Water temp 0,5 C degrees.

18th of November

Water flow 90 m3/s this morning. Water temp 0 C degrees. Cold weather down to minus 10 C degrees last week and no flyfishing since 10th of November. I am at the moment preparing for next season, clearing the paths along the banks, making new signposts and so on.

15th of November

Water flow 110 m3/s this morning. Water temp 2 C degrees. Colder weather is predicted from now on. May be there will be no more fly fishing this year.

12th of November

Water flow down to 110 m3/s this morning. Cold weather yesterday brought the water temp down to 4 C degrees.

10th of November

Water flow down to 120 m3/s this morning. Water temp 6 C degrees. A couple of hours fishing 1 km upstream the fly zone today gave 8 graylings up to 39 cms. The same flies as yesterday.

9th of November

Water flow down to 125 m3/s this morning. Water temp 6 C degrees. 14 graylings landed between 12.00 and 14.00 today. Green and pink czech nymphs as usual, but also a grey/brown/orange creation was successfull today.

8th of November

Water flow down to 130 m3/s this morning. Water temp 6 C degrees. During a short czech nymphing trip around noon I hooked 11 graylings up to 40 cms. See the photo gallery page.

6th of November

Water flow down to 135 m3/s this morning. Water temp 6 C degrees. A short czech nymphing trip in the middle of the day together with Geir Kjensmo gave 16 graylings up to 42 cms. See the photo gallery page.

5th of November

The rainy weather continued yesterday and brought the water flow up to 150 m3/s this morning. However, the water began to go down again before noon and in the middle of the day I landed 17 graylings! Olive green and pink czech nymphs as usual. Water temp 6 C degrees.

4th of November

Heavy rain yesterday and last night brought the water flow up to 125 m3/s this morning and it's been going up rapidly all day. Water temp up to 6 C degrees.

2nd of November

Water flow down to 115 m3/s this morning. Water temp up to 5,5 C degrees. A short fishing trip before noon gave only a few small ones.

1st of November

Water flow down to 120 m3/s this morning. Water temp up to 5 C degrees. Very good Czech nymph fishing on the shooting arena area today. 15 graylings landed in less than two hours in the middle of the day. Pink and green as usual.

October

31st of October

Rain and snow melting has brought the water flow up to 127 m3/s this morning. Water temp 4 C degrees. The high water made fishing difficult, but 7 graylings were landed in the middle of the day.

27th of October

Water flow 57 m3/s. Water temp 1,5 C degrees. Air temp 1 C degree. 20 cms of snow on the banks, but a few graylings were landed during an hour also today. See the photo gallery page.

23rd of October

Water flow 59 m3/s. Water temp 3 C degrees. Air temp 0 C degrees. Good fishing today too. A short trip gave 8 graylings. See the photo gallery page.

22nd of October

Water flow up to 59 m3/s today. Rain yesterday brought the water temp up again to 3 C degrees. Air temp 2 C degrees. In spite of cold wind and snow in the air 10 graylings (two of them + 40 cms) and 1 nice brown trout (38 cms) grabbed my czech nymphs after noon today.

19th of October

Water flow down to 52 m3/s today. Another cold night brought the water temp down to 2 C degrees today. Today the graylings were not interested in my nymphs. They are perhaps a bit shocked by the temerature fall. Fishing conditions on the lower part of the fly zone are perfect.

18th of October

Water flow down to 55 m3/s today. Water temp 4 C degrees. Fishing conditions on the lower part of the fly zone are perfect.

17th of October

Water flow down to 57 m3/s today. Water temp 4 C degrees. Czech nymphing gave me 8 nice graylings this afternoon too.

16th of October

Water flow down to 58 m3/s today. Water temp 5 C degrees. Fishing conditions are very good. Fly fishing gave me 8 graylings this afternoon. Only one of them less than 35 cms. The to biggest, 41 and 42 cms, were tagged in the same area in 1999. They were both 34 cms at that time.

15th of October

Water flow down to 59 m3/s today. Water temp 7 C degrees. Fishing conditions are very good.

14th of October

Water flow down to 60 m3/s today. Water temp still 8 C degrees. Fishing conditions are very good.

13th of October

Water flow down to 62 m3/s today. Water temp 8 C degrees. Fishing conditions are very good.

12th of October

Water flow down to 65 m3/s today. Water temp 8 C degrees. Fishing conditions are very good.

11th of October

Water flow 70 m3/s also today. Water temp 8 C degrees this morning. Fishing conditions are OK.

10th of October

Rain yesterday brought the water flow up again to 70 m3/s and the water temp up to 9 C degrees. Quite good fishing conditions. No more rain and high air temperature is predicted for the rest of the week.

9th of October

The water flow down to 62 m3/s this morning. Water temp 7 C degrees. The fishing conditions are good.

8th of October

The water flow down to 65 m3/s this morning. Water temp 7 C degrees. The fishing conditions are good. Peter Slepicka and Jörgen Edström, Karlskoga Sweden, visited Gjerfloen Flyf ishing today. They reported 14 landed graylings. 6 of them 35 - 39 cms, 3 between 40 and 44 cms and even one + 45 cms.

7th of October

The water flow down to 68 m3/s this morning. Water temp 7 C degrees. The fishing conditions are good.

6th of October

The water flow down to 72 m3/s this morning. Water temp 7 C degrees. The fishing conditions are quite good again.

5th of October

The water flow down to 75 m3/s this morning. Water temp 7 C degrees.

4th of October

The water flow down to 80 m3/s this morning. Water temp went up from 7 C degrees this morning to 9 C degrees in the afternoon.

3rd of October

The water flow rapidly down again to 90 m3/s this morning. Water temp went up from 8 C degrees this morning to 9 C degrees in the afternoon. Nice weather is reported for the days ahead and I think the fishing conditions will be OK the coming week end.

2nd of October

Heavy rain yesterday brought the water flow up again to 100 m3/s today. Water temp 9 C degrees. In spite of rising water and not so good fishing conditions, Arto Pyykkö, Peter and Tomas Slepicka (all Swedish) landed 20 graylings today. 9 of them were +35 cms. Gold heads were their choice. I did not fish today, but I would have preferred czech nymphs. I think a green hydropsyche would have been a killer.

September

30th of September

Water flow 57 m3/s. Water temp 9 C degrees. Fishing conditions are very good.

29th of September

Water flow stable 58 m3/s. Water temp 9 C degrees also this morning. Fishing conditions are very good. Fishing together with Morten Sæter, Lindköping Sweden, before noon today. We landed 12 graylings. Half of them were between 35 and 40 cms. See the photo gallery page.

28th of September

Water flow stable 58 m3/s. Water temp 9 C degrees also this morning. Fishing conditions are very good.

27th of September

Water flow stable 58 m3/s. Water temp 9 C degrees also this morning. Fishing conditions are very good.

26th of September

Water flow 58 m3/s. Water temp 9 C degrees also this morning. Fishing conditions are very good.

25th of September

Water flow down to 58 m3/s. Water temp 9 C degrees this morning. Fishing conditions are very good. Swedes on the fly one this week end. See the photo gallery page.

24th of September

Water flow down to 60 m3/s. Water temp 10 C degrees this morning. Fishing conditions are very good. Some hatching and rising fish yesterday and today. Fishing this morning gave me 13 graylings and one brown trout. 11 of them were between 35 and 40 cms.

20th of September

Water flow down to 63 m3/s. Water temp up to 9 C degrees this morning. Fishing conditions are perfect.

19th of September

Water flow 67 m3/s. Water temp 8 C degrees also this morning. Fishing conditions are perfect.

18th of September

Water flow 70 m3/s. Water temp up to 8 C degrees this morning. Fishing conditions are very good.

17th of September

Water flow 73 m3/s. A cold night brought the water temp down to 7 C degrees this morning.

16th of September

Water flow 77 m3/s this morning. Water temp 9 C degrees. Cold wind from north today, but 4 nice graylings (33 - 37 cms) grabbed my czech nymphs, Pink and silver!

15th of September

Heavy rain the night before yesterday brought the water flow up again. The flow culminated last night and is aprox. 80 m3/s this morning. Water temp 11 C degrees. No more rain is expected the comming days and fishing conditions this week end seems to be good.

13th of September

Water flow 66 m3/s. Water temp 10 C degrees. Students and teachers from Älvdalen Naturbruksgymnasium Sweden, visiting Gjerfloen Flyfishing on Monday and Tuesday. They landed 59 graylings between 20 and 45 cms from Monday afternoon till noon Tuesday. See the photo gallery page.

11th of September

Water flow 72 m3/s. Water temp down to 10 C degrees. Good fishing also today. Czech nymphing before noon and dry flies after noon. 4 Dutchmen landed 80 graylings from Friday to Sunday! See the photo gallery page.

10th of September

Water flow 74 m3/s. Water temp 12 C degrees. Good fishing today. Czech nymphing before noon and dry flies after noon. Sunny and nice weather.

9th of September

Water flow 77 m3/s. Water temp 12 C degrees. Strong wind made fishing difficult yesterday, but a German fisherman landed 4 graylings, all of them around 30 cms.

8th of September

Water flow 79 m3/s. Water temp 13 C degrees. Good fishing conditions, one fisherman on the flyzone today.

6th of September

Water flow down to 82 m3/s. Water temp 12 C degrees. No fishermen on the fly zone today.

5th of September

Water flow down to 85 m3/s. Water temp 12 C degrees. The graylings were not cooperative today, but some were landed. See the photo gallery page.

4th of September

Waterf low down to 88 m3/s. Water temp 12 C degrees. Fishing this week end has been a little bit up and down. Friday was good. Saturday was not so good. Sunday before noon was not so good, but the fishing improved through the day. Nearly no risings and nymph fishing gave best results. See also the photo gallery page.

1st of September

Water flow down to 90 m3/s. Water temp 12 C degrees.

August

31st of August

Water flow down to 92 m3/s. Water temp 12 C degrees. Fishing was better again this morning. Between 09.30 and 10.30 I landed 5 graylings. The two biggest: 38 and 41 cms. Czech nymphs as usual, pink and olive green.

30th of August

Water flow down to 95 m3/s this morning. Water temp 13 C degrees. In spite of quite good conditions, the fishing was very bad this evening. Only the smaller ones were interested in my flies. I'll make a new attempt tomorrow morning.

24th of August

Rain yesterday and last night brought the flow up to 102 m3/s this morning. Water temp 15 C degrees. More rain is predicted and I expect that the waterflow will go up more the comming days.

23rd of August

Rain last night brought the flow up to 90 m3/s this morning. Water temp 15 C degrees.

22nd of August

Water flow down to 86 m3/s this morning. I caught 3 very nice czech nymph graylings between 12.00 and 13.00 PM today. Water temp 16 C degrees.

20th of August

Water flow down to 89 m3/s this morning. I caught 5 "quick" czech nymph graylings between 11.00 and 12.00 AM today. Water temp 15 C degrees.

18th of August

Water flow down to 98 m3/s this morning. 7 graylings grabbed my czech nymphs before noon today. Most of them preferred green. Water temp 14 C degrees.

17th of August

Water flow down to 103 m3/s this morning. Fishing conditions are better. Erik André Løvmo (16) landed 7 czech nymph graylings before noon yesterday. Later in the afternoon he had also success with dryflies (hatching midge). See the photogallery page. Water temp 14 C degrees.

15th of August

Water flow down to 110 m3/s this morning. Fishing conditions are beginning to be better again. Anders Ryderling landed 16 graylings, 20 - 35 cms today. Water temp 14 C degrees.

13th of August

Water flow down to 147 m3/s this morning. Water temp 14 C degrees.

12th of August

The flow culminated last night and was 155 m3/s this morning. Fishing conditions are not good, but never the less, I landed 5 czech nymph graylings before noon to day.

11th of August

More rain has brought the water flow up again to 145 m3/s this morning. Less rain is predicted from now on and I expect that the flow will go down again quite fast the comming days.

10th of August

What goes up, must come down! Water flow down to 115 m3/s this morning.

9th of August

The water flow is up to 145 m3/s this morning. The flow has culminated and the graylings will see my czech nymphs again this evening. Report is comming tonight. Two graylings landed and a few other contacts shows that they are eating again. The water is still a little coloured, but in a couple of days conditions will be better again. Watertemp: 14 C degrees.

8th of August

The flow is up to 135 m3/s this morning. There will not be so heavy rain the comming days, but the flow will go up to aprox 150 before it stops I think. Fishing conditions at the moment are only for those who want to get away from something....

7th of August

It's been raining for two days now and the flow was 93 m3/s this morning. Tomorrow I'm afraid the figure will be much higher. Bad fishing conditions in the river at the moment.

6th of August

Water flow 64 m3/s. Water temp down to 15 C degrees this morning. Between 08.30 and 10.30 this morning, I landed 21 czech nymph graylings on the lower part of the fly zone. Red and pink were the right colours today.

5th of August

Water flow 60 m3/s. Water temp 17 C degrees this evening. Fishing conditions are very good. During a guiding session, Lars Erik Nordgaard, Jørn Unneberg and myself, landed 15 graylings between 19.00 and 20.30. Most of them 30 - 35 cms.

4th of August

Water flow 60 m3/s. Water temp 16 C degrees this evening. Fishing conditions are very good.

3rd of August

Water flow 62 m3/s, which is near the normal for this time of the season. Water temp 17 C degrees this evening. Fishing conditions are very good. No fishermen on the fly zone since Sunday 31.07.

July

31st of July

Water flow 65 m3/s, which also is near the normal for this time of the season. Water temp 18 C degrees this afternoon. Fishing conditions are good. When the water temp now comes down to 15 C degrees the fishing conditions will be very good! Cloudy weather and a rain shower this afternoon made the fishing better than we have had for some time. Hans Molin landed graylings 40 and 42 cms with a "Europa 12", yellow body. I landed a few "czech nymph" graylings on the upper part of the flyzone between 6 and 7 o'clock PM.

24th of July

Water flow 75 m3/s, which is normal for the time beeing. Water temp 17 C degrees. No good fishing last week. However, the rain Friday night brought the water temperature down again and fishing on Saturday (23 rd) was better again. Fishing conditions are good.

17th of July

Water flow 68 m3/s which is a little belowe the normal level for this time of the year. Heavy rain last night brought the water temp down from 20 C degrees yesterday to 17 C degrees today. The rain lifted the the water level a little and the graylings also obviously found the lower water temperature more pleasant. With Czech nymphs I hooked 6 graylings around noon today. There were also some risings so dry fly would have worked too. The weather forecast indicates that fishing conditions the comming days will be good.

10th of July

Water flow 75 m3/s which is the average for this time of the year. The water temp was this afternoon 20 C degrees. The fishing was OK till Thursday and the MOUNTAIN MEDIA staff had nice fishing before noon that day, but the rest of the week the water temp has been too high. The weather forecast says that we shall have warm weather also the comming days and the fishing will not be better again till we get colder weather.

3rd of July

Water flow 90 m3/s. Water temp 17 C degrees. Fishing and wading conditions are good. From now on, nightfishing also will be very interesting.

2nd of July

Water flow 93 m3/s. Water temp 16 C degrees. FJÄLLORNA had great success with their dry flies and the fishing became better and better throughout the day and culminated in the evening with splashing fish everywhere. Biggest fish hooked by Åsa Bertilsson, grayling 42 cms. Danica imitations and hatchers seemed to be the best choice.

1st of July

Water flow 96 m3/s this morning. Water temp 16 C degrees. The water is still above the average level compared with normal, but the fishing conditions are beginning to be quite good. The Danica is hatching at the moment. 12 members of the Swedish fishing club, FJÄLLORNA, is visiting Gjerfloen Flyfishing this weekend. See the photo gallery page.

June

26th of June

Water flow 105 m3/s this morning. Water temp 15 C degrees. We have still not had real warm summer weather. Dry fly fishing last week was quite good even if the water still is high for this time of the year. The "heptagonia sulphurea" is flying at the moment. The "Green Drake" has not been observed here so far, but it will turn up the comming week.

19th of June

Water flow up to 147 m3/s again yesterday, 142 m3/s this morning. Water temp 13 C degrees. Fishing last week was up and down. Wednesday and Thursday were the best days.Thursday, Anders Ryderling landed 27 graylings on the fly zone, most of them between 30 and 40 cms. Friday, during the competition, brown trouts 48 and 52 cms were landed on Landsjøen. Warmer weather is predicted the comming week. If the weather prophets turn out to be right, week 25 might be one of the best fishing week this season!

12th of June

Water flow down to 133 m3/s this morning. Water temp 11 C degrees. Nymph fishing yesterday morning was not so good, but some grayligs were landed (see photo gallery). Later in the afternoon dry fly fishing was more successfull. Emergers seemed to be the best choice. Last night and today we it's raining and the flow will go up again.

10th of June

Water flow down to 140 m3/s this morning. Sunny weather, but cold wind from the north again today and not so good fishing conditions as yesterday.

9th of June

Water flow down to 148 m3/s this morning. Water temp 10 c degrees. Landed a couple of graylings between 30 and 35 cms this morning, czech nymphs, but it was obvious that they were more interested in food near the surface, probabely emergers. I didn't try dry fly, but I think a Klinkhammer would have been the good choice.

8th of June

Water flow down to 156 m3/s this morning. Better weather today. Lots of graylings were rising at 5 o'clock this afternoon. I'll let them see my flies tomorrow before noon. My first "summer brown trout" at Landsjøen this evening (see photo gallery).

6th of June

Water flow down to 180 m3/s this morning. Weather reports suggest that the cold weather will keep on the rest of the week.

5th of June

Water flow down to 190 m3/s this morning. Water temp 9 C degrees. Strong wind from north and therefore no good fishing conditions today. No vulgata observed on Landsjøen so far. It will turn up the comming week.

4th of June

Water level down 10 cms since June 2nd. The rainy and cold weather never seems to come to an end, but nevertheless, the water temp was up to 9 C degrees this afternoon. Czech nymphing gave me 4 graylings, two of them between 35 and 40 cms.

2nd of June

In spite of cold wind from the north, the graylings started rising at Plassen this afternoon! No reports from the power station to day, but the river has dropped about 10 cms since yesterday.

1st of June

Water flow a little bit down, 230 m3/s this morning. The cold weather we have had for a long time, seems to continue and fishing conditions are not good. But, - the fish are eating and the question is as always; Right strategy and methods!

May

30th of May

Water flow stable, 234 m3/s also this morning.

29th of May

Water flow down to 234 m3/s this morning. Professionals at Landsjøen. See the Photo gallery page.

27th of May

Water flow down to 265 m3/s this morning.

25th of May

Water flow up 66 m3/s since 23rd, to 282 m3/s this morning.

23rd of May

This weekend we finally had warmer weather which generated snow melting in the mountains. The water level has gone up 50 cm since Friday and will reach it's higest level by the end of the week. 220 m3/s this morning. I therfore guess that we shall see the first rising graylings in the middle of week 22.

18th of May

We have had a cold spring and there are still a lot of snow in the mountains. This means that we might get a more normal summer this year than we had the two previous years. My guess is that we shall have top hatching week 25 and 26 in this area. Last year week 24 was best, but we had a very early spring in 2004.

8th of May

The ice on the Trysil River disappared 3 weeks ago and the first contacts with the "fly graylings" have been made. The snow melting in the mountains will make the water level going up and reach the top in about ten days from now. From the 25th of May we shall look for rising graylings, but at the moment we are still ice fishing! See the photo gallery page.

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