Rotation Fishery
THE NFC ROTATION BEATS on the Gaula are fished by daily rotation and include a large variety of pools which are distributed over various parts of the Gaula to suit all types of conditions. Although the Gaula is a fair-sized river, the NFC beats are easy to wade, but hardly ever get too low to produce decent fishing.

The famous Bridge Pool provides good fishing at all heights of water and is one of the best holding pools on the river. Langoy Pool, New Pool, Maela Pool, Home Pool provide lovely, long stretches of beautiful fly water at most heights and there are good low-water lies at Tilseth Run, Junction Pool and Upper Pool. The beautiful Long Pool is said to be a fisherman's dream. The new Lower Gaula Beat fishes well in all heights and over the whole season. There are many other great pools included. Every year fly enthusiasts from more than 22 countries around the world come to fish these NFC's prime beats. Please have a look at some pictures…


The “Long Pool” (Beat C1)

the Long Pool (Beat C1) runs into the Railway Pool (Beat F)

"the famous Bridge Pool in high water"

at our New Pool (Beat A1)

view on the “New Pool” (Beat A1)

a view on our Renna Pool (Beat B2)

The Tilseth Pool (C2)

a view on our Home Pool (Beat A2)

fight at our Junction Pool (Beat D2)

Matthias Richter is fishing our Bua Bridge Pool (Beat D2)

the Langøy Pool (Beat B1)