What is the Skålestrømmen address?
Why are the fishing condiations in Skålestrømmen so special?
Reason behind is the unique location between two lakes.
Skålestrømmen is fed by lake Ulen. Lake Ulen, which feeds our stream (strøm = stream) is very deep, and therefore supplies us with cold water whatever the weather conditions are. The 6.23-square-kilometre (2.41 sq mi) lake lies south of the village of Mebygda. Water flows south from the lake Lenglingen into Ulen, and it then continues south into the lake Rengen (which goes into Sweden).
Lake Rengen is rather shallow around Skålestrømmen and is the perfect kindergarden for literally millions of trout.
If you fancy you can of course also fish these lakes with our boats. However, a different permit is required. Just let us know and we fix this for you.
How to get to Skålestrømmen? Which is the nearest Airport and how does one commute from there?
Nearest International Airport is Trondheim. https://avinor.no/flyplass/trondheim
From there it is around 280km by car. Google and other GPS system have a hard time finding our address. It is better to enter the GPS coordinates into your navigation device.
GPS: 64.133413, 13.906638
Are there any small towns or villages or other places of interest nearby?
There is a lot of nature around Skålestrømmen but you also have easy access to small villages with shops. The closest shop (Joker in Jule) is 6km away. However, driving one hour is considered being around the corner, so a rental car is a good thing to have. On arrival we will explain the nearby opportunities and also supply a map.
What are the cost?
We offer inclusive packages with accommodation, boats, licenses, all meals included, so that you do not have to worry about anything. Enjoy your stay in you own pace an in absolute freedom.
1 week package for NOK 9.500kr.
Seven day (Saturday to Saturday) fly fishing vacation including accommodation, meals, boats, guiding, fly tying, casting tuition.
All payments to be made in Norwegian Crowns. You can check the currency converter for orientation.
Is there a typical daily schedule at Skålestrømmen? Is the fishing only at night-time?
Freedom to do whatever you like is in focus here at Skålestrømmen. Breakfast is from roughly 9:00 to 11:00 and dinner is at 6. You have access to food 24 hours though.
Is there WiFi available?
The Norwegian 4G network is available pretty much everywhere. It is advisable to check the roaming rate with you cell phone provider or get a prepay SIM chip at the airport.
Is the toilet outside or in the cabin?
The hut is 100% self-contained. We are focussing on a very low impact. Electricity 12V is provided via sun panels. The toilet is outside. We have a gas heated shower with warm water inside and gas heated warm water in the kitchen.
What species of fish can we expect in Skålestrømmen?
Skålestrømmen and the lake Ulen ( above and Rengen below are solely but abundantly populated by wild Brown trout and Artic char. The average size for trout at Skålestrømmen is between 0,4 and 1 kg. However, there are reported catches of up to 3 kg.
What are the regulations & bag limit?
Please refer to the rules page here – Skålestrømmen fishing rules
How about bringing a fish to the table for dinner?
We actually encourage our guests to do so. It just completes the experience. Tasting a true wild fish is unforgettable.
Since our fish are coming from two huge lakes (Ulen and Rengen) into our stream we experience an amazing abundance of fish. The lakes are hardly fished at all. So taking a few fish for dinner does actually help the fishery instead of hurting it. Natural predators are far and few between. The “human” is a natural part of this fishery. The angler and fishermen used to be a part of natural regulation of the fish population, but since commercial fishing in the lakes has died off we are missing this. in previous days, natural regulation of the fish abundance.
Judging by your site and the flies used there are plenty of dries i.e CDC’s , Klinks and so on so the light must be good at night time?
The nighttime i summer is bright. Many of the pictures on the page are taken around midnight and some of the best ones even with mobile phones.
What sort of tackle do I need to bring?
Please refer to the Tackle & Flies page.
We fly-fish regularly for Trout & Grayling at home so we think we’re Ok as per what is needed and so on. But most of our fish are stocked.
We do not have one single stocked fish here. All fish are wild, meaning they were born and raised in these waters. So the trout might be different to what your are used to, specifically in fighting power.
Are there Grayling too?