This week we had Halvor j Røberg, Tom Thomassen, Stein Evensen and Kim Karstensen from Mo I Rana as guests at the Dish Stream. After just two days of learning the water it really narrowed down. Today the gang could report many fish over the kilogram. And mostly dry. “Nervefisk” was the Northern Norwegian word I have learned now 😉 … that means it was pretty good fishing.
Thanks for the pictures, guys. – pictures by Halvor & Tom, fish caught (&released) on 8.7.2020 between 6 and 10 pm.
A small video clip showing the conditions on June 29, 2020. The water level is unusually high for late June. There is still a lot of snow in the mountains that is still melting. Although the water level is about 1.5 to 2 m higher than normally at the end of June / July, Mayflies such as Sulfurea, Aurivilli, small Baetis and also some buzzers are hatching.
If you turn out of the E6 north in Trøndelag you get the chance to feel the wilderness on the body in an area with three national parks
From the south, the route begins at Formofoss. From the north in Namsskogan or Lassemoen, see map at the bottom of the case. Sørli area is located in an exciting area between Lierne and Blåfjella Skjækerfjella National Park and is known as Norway’s Alaska. It doesn’t get much wilder.
Due to travel restrictions in connection with the COVID-19 outbreak, it is not possible for our international guests to visit Norway in summer 2020. This is of course very sad, but on the bright side we can report that all our guests have booked for 21 already.
For our Norwegian and Danish customers, this means that there are suddenly many open dates in summer 2020. The calendar is completely open again. In addition, we offer 25% discount for weekly packages booked with a group of 4 or more (up to 6) people.
Feel free to call Thomas (97123033) for booking and questions.
P.S. – E. Vulgata hatches with us last week in June and first and second week in July. Don’t miss this experience. The big trout goes bananas 😉