Top Ten Rivers 2020 Norway

Top Ten Rivers 2020

in Norway

2005, Salmon 20.00 kg on Fly 2006, Salmon 19.50 kg on Spinner 2007, Salmon 20.20 kg on Fly 2008, Salmon 23.00 kg on Fly 2009, Salmon 19.50 kg Gardenfly 2010, Salmon 22.00 kg on Fly 2011, Salmon 21.40 kg on Fly 2012, Salmon 21.40 kg on Fly 2013, Salmon 18.30 kg on Fly 2014, Salmon 20.00 kg on Fly 2015, Salmon 20.50 kg on Spinner 2016, Salmon 18.50 Kg on Fly 2017, Salmon 23.00 Kg on Fly 2018, Salmon 21.10 Kg Gardenfly 2019, Salmon 20.90 Kg on Fly 2020, Salmon 20.20 Kg on Fly 2021, Salmon 19.00 Kg on Fly

Top Ten Rivers 2020 Norway

River Orkla

The Orkla is one of the 3 most productive salmon rivers in Norway. The river is about 50 km south of Trondheim. It flows into the Trondheimsfjord at Orkanger . Salmon rise around 88 km in the Orkla, up to the vicinity of Berkak . The Orkla is regulated. There are 5 power plants on the river which the salmon can pass unhindered. When the waterlevel is low, the power plants are obliged to release additional water for the unhindered salmon ascent. The salmon season on the Orkla lasts 3 months. The season starts at midnight on May 31st and ends at midnight on August 31st. Fly fishermen on the Orkla always have excellent conditions for excellent sport for Atlantic salmon. On the Orkla there are no obstacles that are dependent on the water level and therefore insurmountable that could prevent the salmon from rising. The Orkla is one of the few rivers in the world where anglers have the chance to hook a “multi-seawinter salmon” over 20 kg with their next cast. The river Orkla is one of the few rivers in the world where your next cast might result in a 40-pounder!
2005, Salmon 20.00 kg on Fly 2006, Salmon 19.50 kg on Spinner 2007, Salmon 20.20 kg on Fly 2008, Salmon 23.00 kg on Fly 2009, Salmon 19.50 kg Gardenfly 2010, Salmon 22.00 kg on Fly
2011, Salmon 21.40 kg on Fly 2012, Salmon 21.40 kg on Fly 2013, Salmon 18.30 kg on Fly 2014, Salmon 20.00 kg on Fly 2015, Salmon 20.50 kg on Spinner 2016, Salmon 18.50 Kg on Fly
2017, Salmon 23.00 Kg on Fly 2018, Salmon 21.10 Kg Gardenfly 2019, Salmon 20.90 Kg on Fly 2020, Salmon 20.20 Kg on Fly 2021, Salmon 19.00 Kg on Fly

The “Big one”

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River Orkla

The Orkla is one of the 3 most productive salmon rivers in Norway. The river is about 50 km south of Trondheim. It flows into the Trondheimsfjord at Orkanger . Salmon rise around 88 km in the Orkla, up to the vicinity of Berkak . The Orkla is regulated. There are 5 power plants on the river which the salmon can pass unhindered. When the waterlevel is low , the power plants are obliged to release additional water for the unhindered salmon ascent. The salmon season on the Orkla lasts 3 months. The season starts at midnight on May 31st and ends at midnight on August 31st. Fly fishermen on the Orkla always have excellent conditions for excellent sport for Atlantic salmon. On the Orkla there are no obstacles that are dependent on the water level and therefore insurmountable that could prevent the salmon from rising. The Orkla is one of the few rivers in the world where anglers have the chance to hook a “multi-seawinter salmon” over 20 kg with their next cast. The river Orkla is one of the few rivers in the world where your next cast might result in a 40-pounder!
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The “Big ones”

2005, Salmon 20.00 kg on Fly 2006, Salmon 19.50 kg on Spinner 2007, Salmon 20.20 kg on Fly 2008, Salmon 23.00 kg on Fly 2009, Salmon 19.50 kg Gardenfly 2010, Salmon 22.00 kg on Fly 2011, Salmon 21.40 kg on Fly 2012, Salmon 21.40 kg on Fly 2013, Salmon 18.30 kg on Fly 2014, Salmon 20.00 kg on Fly 2015, Salmon 20.50 kg on Spinner 2016, Salmon 18.50 Kg on Fly 2017, Salmon 23.00 Kg on Fly 2018, Salmon 21.10 Kg Gardenfly 2019, Salmon 20.90 Kg on Fly 2020, Salmon 20.20 Kg on Fly 2021, Salmon 19.00 Kg on Fly

River Orkla

The Orkla is one of the 3 most productive salmon rivers in Norway. The river is about 50 km south of Trondheim. It flows into the Trondheimsfjord at Orkanger . Salmon rise around 88 km in the Orkla, up to the vicinity of Berkak . The Orkla is regulated. There are 5 power plants on the river which the salmon can pass unhindered. When the waterlevel is low , the power plants are obliged to release additional water for the unhindered salmon ascent. The salmon season on the Orkla lasts 3 months. The season starts at midnight on May 31st and ends at midnight on August 31st. Fly fishermen on the Orkla always have excellent conditions for excellent sport for Atlantic salmon. On the Orkla there are no obstacles that are dependent on the water level and therefore insurmountable that could prevent the salmon from rising. The Orkla is one of the few rivers in the world where anglers have the chance to hook a “multi-seawinter salmon” over 20 kg with their next cast. The river Orkla is one of the few rivers in the world where your next cast might result in a 40-pounder!
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The “Big one”

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