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News 2010. 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

Bernd Kuleisa book

This book, "Einfach auf Äschen", from Bernd Kuleisa was released in September 2009. For those who like fly fishing for grayling, this book is a rich source concerning methods, flies, destinations, guides, tips and tricks.

Statistics of reported catches 2010.

Size in cm 20 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 + 40 Total
June 102 114 159 113 28 516
July 150 109 83 32 6 380
August 136 141 99 63 17 456
September 96 69 78 38 5 286
October 16 15 12 2 1 46
Total 500 448 431 248 58 1685
% 29,7 26,6 25,6 14,7 3,4 100

 

October

29th of October.

The water flow this morning down to 69 m3/s. Water temperature 1 C degree. Fishing conditions are good and now is the right time for the czech nymph specialists!

28th of October.

The water flow this morning 70 m3/s. Water temperature 1 C degree.

27th of October.

The water flow this morning down to 70 m3/s. Water temperature 1 C degree.

23rd of October.

The water flow this morning down to 77 m3/s. Water temperature 1 C degree.

22nd of October.

The water flow this morning down to 81 m3/s. Water temperature 1 C degree.

21st of October.

The water flow this morning down to 86 m3/s. Water temperature 2 C degrees.

20th of October.

The water flow this morning stable, 89 m3/s. Water temperature 4 C degrees.

19th of October.

The water flow this morning is down to 89 m3/s. Water temperature 4 C degrees.

18th of October.

The water flow this morning is down to 90 m3/s. Water temperature 3 C degrees.

17th of October.

The water flow this morning is down to 92 m3/s. Water temperature 3 C degrees.

16th of October.

The water flow this morning is down to 95 m3/s. Water temperature 2 C degrees.

15th of October.

The water flow this morning is down to 98 m3/s. Water temperature 3 C degrees.

14th of October.

The water flow this morning is down to 102 m3/s. Water temperature 3 C degrees.

13th of October.

The water flow this morning is down to 106 m3/s. Water temperature 3 C degrees.

12th of October.

The water flow this morning is 110 m3/s. 3 Swedes landed 13 graylings yesterday, all sizes. Hares ear and dry fly in the afternoon. Water temperature 3 C degrees.

11th of October.

This morning the water level is down 5 cms since yesterday morning and the water flow is 112 m3/s. Water temperature 3 C degrees.

10th of October.

This morning the water level is down 8 cms since yesterday morning and the water flow is 124 m3/s. Water temperature 4 C degrees.

9th of October.

This morning the water level is 14 cms down since yesterday morning and the water flow is 137 m3/s. Water temperature 4 C degrees.

8th of October.

Rain two days ago filled up the river again and the flood culminated yesterday evening. This morning the water level is 7 cms down since yesterday night and the water flow is 153 m3/s. Water temperature 4 C degrees.

6th of October.

The water flow this morning is 112 m3/s. Water temperature 4 C degrees.

5th of October.

Warm winds have been melting snow in the mountains up north and the water flow this morning is 116 m3/s. The water level is 15 cms up since yesterday, but culminated before noon today. Water temperature 4 C degrees.

4th of October.

The water flow this morning is 99 m3/s, 1 cm down since yesterday. Water temperature 4 C degrees.

3rd of October.

The water level is down 3,5 cms since yesterday. Water temperature up to 4 C degrees this morning.

2nd of October.

The water level is down 4 cms since yesterday and the water flow is aprox. 110 m3/s. Water temperature 3 C degrees this morning.

1st of October.

The water level is down 5 cms since yesterday and 60 cms down since the 25th of September! The water level at the moment is normal in the middle of June, but 50 cms higher than normal for the time being. Nice weather for fishing is predicted for this week end. Water temperature 3 C degrees this morning.

September

30th of September.

The water level is down 14 cms since the 28th. The high air preassure and nice weather goes on. No waterflow figures from the power station today (moose hunting in the area this week) . Compared with similar water levels earlier this summer, the water flow this morning is aprox. 130 m3/s. Water temperature 3 C degrees this morning.

28th of September.

The water level is down 12 cms since yesterday. The high air preassure and nice weather continue. No water flow figures from the power station today, water temperature 3 C degrees this morning.

27th of September.

The water level is down 30 cms since Saturday. Still high water, but from Thursday it will be OK for fishing again. High air preassure and nice weather is predicted the days ahead. No waterflow figures from the power station today.

26th of September.

The flood culminated yesterday evening and the water level is this morning decreasing 2 cms per hour. Water flow this morning 270 m3/s and water temperature 4 C degrees.

25th of September.

Yesterday the water level was up 60 cms and it is still rising (10 o'clock am), but will turn down again late in the afternoon. Nevertheless, Luc Marcelis, Belgium, landed 5 graylings yesterday, biggest 43,5 cms! You shall never say never....! Waterflow 280 m3/s and water temperature 4 C degrees at 3 o'clock pm today. The water level is now up 90 cms the last 36 hours. Still, fishing is not totaly impossible. I landed 3 czech nymph graylings today between 2 and 3 o'clock pm!

24th of September.

Heavy rain last night and yesterday evening is bringing the water level up more than two cms per hour at the moment. More rain is predicted today and tonight so the water level might go up more than 60 cms before it turns down again tomorrow evening. Next week we shall have high air preassure and nice weather so the fishing conditions will gradually improve again. The waterflow is up to 95 m3/s this morning. Water temp 8 C degrees. The fishing conditions this week end will be good only for those who want to get away from something...

23rd of September.

The water flow is down to 84 m3/s this morning. Water temp 7 C degrees. 4 fishermen from Poland and Belgium on the fly zone today and the conditions today are the best since the 16th of September. About the initiative "Salmon back to the Trysil River", see the photo gallery page.

22nd of September.

The water flow is down to 89 m3/s this morning. Water temp 6 C degrees.

21st of September.

The water flow is down to 88 m3/s this morning. Water temp 7 C degrees.

20th of September.

We had rain last week end and high water made the fishing very tricky, but now the water flow is down again to 90 m3/s this morning. Water temp 7 C degrees. The weather prognoses are quite good and I think we shall have good fishing conditions next week end.

17th of September.

Water flow down to 87 m3/s this morning. Water temp 9 C degrees. 2 Germans landed 41 graylings yesterday. Superpuppa, Sawyers nymph and Pink Panter were the winners. Nice weather and very little rain is predicted for the week end and next week.

16th of September.

Rain yesterday brought the water flow a little up again last night, 90 m3/s also this morning. Water temp 9 C degrees. 2 Germans landed 10 graylings in a short time yesterday between 6 and 7 pm.

15th of September.

Rain yesterday brought the water flow a little up again last night, 87 m3/s also this morning. Water temp 9 C degrees. Just a little rain is predicted the rest of the week and the water flow will slowly decrease.

14th of September.

The water flow culminated yesterday evening and was 85 m3/s this morning. Water temp 9 C degrees.

13th of September.

Rain Saturday night brought the water flow up to 83 m3/s this morning. The flow will culminate this afternoon. Water temp 9 C degrees. Roger Öst, Sweden, landed 7 graylings yesterday, 30 - 44 cms. All on dry fly.

11th of September.

Water flow down to 70 m3/s this morning. Water temp 9 C degrees. The fishing conditions at the moment are the best so far this summer!

10th of September.

Water flow down to 72 m3/s this morning. Water temp 10 C degrees. The fishing conditions and weather are still very good.

9th of September.

Water flow down to 74 m3/s this morning. Water temp 10 C degrees. The fishing conditions and weather are very good at the moment.

8th of September.

Water flow down to 76 m3/s this morning. Water temp 10 C degrees.

7th of September.

Water flow down to 77 m3/s this morning. Water temp 10 C degrees.Yesterday was the best fishingday so far this season. One swedish (20), one norwegian (myself 11) and five fishermen from Belgium landed more than 150 graylings during the day. Kingfisher was Philippe Leboutte, Belgium (45 landed graylings).

6th of September.

Water flow down to 79 m3/s this morning. Water temp 10 C degrees. Fishing conditions are quite good. I landed 11 czech nymph graylings between 08.00 and 09.00 this morning.

5th of September.

Water flow down to 81 m3/s this morning. Water temp 9 C degrees.

4th of September.

Water flow down to 83 m3/s this morning. Water temp 9 C degrees.

3rd of September.

Water flow down to 86 m3/s this morning. Water temp 9 C degrees. Weather and fishing conditions are OK this week end.

2nd of September.

Water level goes on sinking rapidly. Water flow 91 m3/s this morning. Water temp 10 C degrees. Five fishermen from Belgium on the fly zone today and they had quite good nymph fishing before noon, graylings up to 45 cms. See picture on the photo gallery page.

1st of September.

Water level rapidly down. Water flow 105 m3/s this morning. Water temp 12 C degrees.

August

31st of August.

Water level down 30 cms since Sunday and the flow at the moment is aprox 125 m3/s.

29th of August.

Nearly 40 mms of rain the last two days brought the water flow up to 110 m3/s this morning. Water temp 11 C degrees. The rain will stop today, but the flood will not culminate before late in the evening. Next week the prophets predict no rain so the fishing conditions might be normal again next week end. Nevertheless, the fishing yesterday was quite good even if it was raining most of the day. Nymph before noon and dry fly in the afternoon. Latest News at 5 o'clock PM. The water flow is at the moment aprox 130 m3/s and the water level is going up 3 cms per hour. An hour ago when the rain was over, I went down to the shooting range area to look at the "disaster", and what did I see? A massive hatching of mayflies size 16 - 18 and frequently rising graylings! Unbelieveable! Concerning fish and fishing there is one thing that is for sure: You can never be sure!

28th of August.

Water flow up again to 90 m3/s this morning. Water temp 12 C degrees.

27th of August.

Water flow down to 88 m3/s this morning. Water temp 13 C degrees.

26th of August.

The flood culminated last night and the water flow is now going down again, 95 m3/s this morning. Water temp 13 C degree. Latest news at 01.00 pm: At the moment the water level is going rapidly down; 0,5 cms per hour.

25th of August.

Rain yesterday and last night brought the water flow up to 90 m3/s this morning. Water temp 13 C degrees.

24th of August.

Water flow down to 71 m3/s this morning. Water temp 14 C degrees. Some rain last night and today might bring the water flow a little up again.

23rd of August.

Water flow down to 74 m3/s this morning. Water temp 14 C degree. Fishing conditions are good.

22nd of August.

Water flow down to the lowest level so far this summer, 77 m3/s this morning. Water temp 14 C degrees.

21st of August.

Water flow 80 m3/s this morning. Water temp 15 C degrees.

20th of August.

Water flow 83 m3/s this morning. Water temp 15 C degrees.

19th of August.

Water flow 84 m3/s this morning. Water temp 15 C degrees.

18th of August.

Water flow 84 m3/s this morning. Water temp 16 C degrees.

17th of August.

Water flow 87 m3/s this morning. Water temp 16 C degrees.

12th of August.

Water flow 83 m3/s this morning. Water temp 16 C degrees.

7th of August.

Water flow up to 84 m3/s this morning. Water temp constant, 15 C degrees.

6th of August.

Water flow slowly down, 83 m3/s this morning. Water temp constant, 15 C degrees.

5th of August.

Water flow down to 84 m3/s this morning. Water temp constant, 15 C degrees.

4th of August.

Water flow down to 85 m3/s this morning. Water temp constant, 15 C degrees.

3rd of August.

Water flow down to 86 m3/s also this morning. Water temp constant, 15 C degrees.

2nd of August.

Water flow 87 m3/s also this morning. Water temp 15 C degrees.

1st of August.

Water flow 87 m3/s also this morning. Water temp 15 C degrees.

July

31st of July.

Rain yesterday brought the water flow up to 87 m3/s this morning. Water temp 15 C degrees.

30th of July.

Water flow down to 85 m3/s also this morning. Water temp 15 C degrees.

29th of July.

Water flow down to 86 m3/s also this morning. Water temp 15 C degrees. Astrid Herber-Löffler and Stephanie Löffler, Germany landed together 20 graylings yesterday.

27th of July.

Water flow 89 m3/s also this morning. Water temp 14 C degrees. Fishing yesterday evening was also quite good and today Raul Martin Moreno, Spain, has landed 18 graylings, all on dry fly.

26th of July.

Rain yesterday brought the water flow up to 89 m3/s this morning. Water temp 14 C degrees. Fishing yesterday evening was quite good. Black with a little flash was the best.

25th of July.

Water flow down to 87 m3/s this morning. Water temp 14 C degrees.

24th of July.

Water flow down to 91 m3/s this morning. Water temp 14 C degrees. After a period with difficult fishing, the last two days have been considerably better. Team Benenowsky, Germany, landed several nice graylings between 35 and 40 cms yesterday. Emergers were their best choice. Martin Jantsch, Germany, had good fishing with a black dry fly on the lower part of the fly zone late yesterday evening. For the first time this summer the fishing conditions for are beginning to be really good.

23rd of July.

Water flow down to 93 m3/s today. Water temp 14 C degrees. At 6 o'clock this morning we had minus 1 C degree!

22nd of July.

Water flow down to 96 m3/s today. Water temp 15 C degrees.

20th of July.

Water flow down to 99 m3/s today. Water temp 15 C degrees.

19th of July.

Wate rflow down to 101 m3/s today. Water temp stable, 15 C degrees.

18th of July.

Water flow down to 108 m3/s today. Water temp 15 C degrees. Fishing this morning gave very little.

17th of July.

Waterf low 111 m3/s also today. Water temp 15 C degrees. Nymphfishing this morning was quite good. Yellow/brown and pink was the best colours.

16th of July.

Water flow 111 m3/s also today. Water temp 15 C degrees. Nymphfishing this morning was quite good. Yellow/brown and pink was the best colours.

15th of July.

Water flow down to 111 m3/s today. Water temp 15 C degrees.

14th of July.

Water flow up to 115 m3/s this this morning, but the flow will culminate during the day and be a bit down again tomorrow. Water temp 15 C degrees.

13th of July.

Water flow 97 m3/s also this morning, but the flow is expected to go up during the day because of heavy rain last night. Water temp 16 C degrees

12th of July.

Some rain yesterday keeps the water level stable. Waterflow 97 m3/s also today. Water temp 17 C degrees.

11th of July.

Water flow down again to 97 m3/s today. Water temp 17 C degrees. Difficult fishing yesterday, but Bo Jørgensen, Denmark landed 15 graylings and 2 brown trouts in the afternoon. All sizes up to +40 cms.

9th of July.

Rain yesterday brought the water flow up again to 111 m3/s today. Water temp 16 C degrees.

8th of July.

Water flow down to 107 m3/s. Water temp 16 C degrees. Fishing conditions are beginning to be good. The water level is now the lowest since the beginning of May and many hot spots are reachable.

7th of July.

Water flow down to 111 m3/s. Water temp 16 C degrees.

6th of July.

Water flow down to 113 m3/s. Water temp 15 C degrees.

5th of July.

Water flow down to 117 m3/s. Water temp 15 C degrees.

4th of July.

Water flow down to 122 m3/s. Water temp 15 C degrees. Johan Klinberg, Sweden landed 15 graylings in the afternoon. See pictures on the photo gallery page.

3rd of July.

Water flow down to 126 m3/s. Water temp 15 C degrees. Periods of hatching and risings during the day. The danica is still there, but a lot of different "stuff" are also on the water these days.

1st of July.

Rain yesterday brought the water flow up again to 134 m3/s today. Water temp 14 C degrees. Nice weather today and a lot of different insects in the air and on the water. The graylings are rising constantly, but are not easy to catch. The danica is hatching, but sedges are dominating. Matti Fuxborn, Sweden, had nice fishing today with a small black body dryfly. Bengt Göran Jansson, Sweden, had success with a danica imitation.

June

June statistics from Gjerfloen Flyfishing 2010.

Size in cm 20 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 40 - 44 45 - 49 Total
June 102 114 159 113 26 2 516
Percentage 19,8 22,1 30,8 21,9 5,0 0,4 100
Comment: Compared with last year the number of fish is down, but the percentage of +40 cms graylings are significantly up!

29th of June.

Water flow 115 m3/s. Water temp 14 C degrees. High water most of June has made the flyfishing quite difficult. However, there has been periods with massive hatching and risings. The best day so far was the 22nd of June. Robert Isaksson, Sweden, landed 44 graylings and Mariusz Rod, Poland, landed 31 graylings. At the moment "The Green Drake" (danica) has just begun to appeare on the water and I expect to see a lot of them during the weekend and beginning of next week.

Statistics of reported catches 2009.

Size in cm 20 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 + 40 Total
June 103 155 224 116 3 601
July 102 83 60 19 4 268
August 125 30 36 9 4 204
September 195 221 195 79 23 713
October 25 12 9 2 0 48
Total 550 501 524 225 34 1834
% 30,0 27,3 28,6 12,3 1,8 100

Day licenses 2009.

June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Total
Licenses 109 188 85 121 4 507
Catches fisherman / day 5,5 1,4 2,4 5,9 12,0

Day licenses statistics 2009. Origin of fishermen.

June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Total %
Swe 79 87 41 47 4 258 50,9
Ger 6 53 11 8 78 15,4
Nor 3 3 12 18 36 7,1
Hol 1 14 13 28 5,5
Pol 17 8 25 4,9
Den 2 20 22 4,3
Ch 6 6 1,2
Ita 8 4 3 15 2,6
Esp 1 1 0,2
Rom 6 6 1,3
Cz 2 2 0,4
Fra 4 1 5 1,0
Bel 1 24 25 4,9
109 188 85 121 4 507

Fishermen from 13 nations visited Gjerfloen Flyfishing this summer. Sweden is on the top also this year. Germany, Poland and Norway are up. Compare with statistics on the "News 2008" page.

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