River Orkla

The river Orkla in Norway is one of the best salmon rivers in Europe. Even though the salmon season is relatively short at only 3 months. The river is famous for the exceptionally high quality of the fishery, for a large number of rising salmon and for the excellent opportunity to catch the "fish of your lifetime". The Orkla has no insurmountable obstacles that could prevent the salmon from running the river. The salmon do not encounter any problems running throughout the whole river system in both high and low water, therefore, the river usually offers consistently good fishing throughout the season. During a salmon season the Orkla offers excellent fly fishing conditions at any time, providing excellent atlantic Salmon fishing. 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
NAVIGATION
ADRESS Spinnler Fliegenfischen ℅ Hans Spinnler Bachtalenstrasse 2 CH - 4313 Möhlin Schweiz

The “Big one”

River Orkla

The river Orkla in Norway is one of the best salmon rivers in Europe. Even though the salmon season is relatively short at only 3 months. The river is famous for the exceptionally high quality of the fishery, for a large number of rising salmon and for the excellent opportunity to catch the "fish of your lifetime". The Orkla has no insurmountable obstacles that could prevent the salmon from running the river. The salmon do not encounter any problems running throughout the whole river system in both high and low water, therefore, the river usually offers consistently good fishing throughout the season. During a salmon season the Orkla offers excellent fly fishing conditions at any time, providing excellent atlantic Salmon fishing. The river Orkla is one of the few rivers in the world where your next cast might result in a 40-pounder!
NAVIGATION
CONTACT Hans Spinnler Bachtalenstrasse 2 CH - 4313 Möhlin Switzerland Mail:    hans.spinnler@bluewin.ch Phone: ++41 (0)79 322 25 87 www.spinnler-fliegenfischen.ch www.salmonfishing-norway.com
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

The “Big ones”

River Orkla

The river Orkla in Norway is one of the best salmon rivers in Europe. Even though the salmon season is relatively short at only 3 months. The river is famous for the exceptionally high quality of the fishery, for a large number of rising salmon and for the excellent opportunity to catch the "fish of your lifetime". The Orkla has no insurmountable obstacles that could prevent the salmon from running the river. The salmon do not encounter any problems running throughout the whole river system in both high and low water, therefore, the river usually offers consistently good fishing throughout the season. During a salmon season the Orkla offers excellent fly fishing conditions at any time, providing excellent atlantic Salmon fishing. 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
NAVIGATION

The “Big one”