Snow on the Gaula, Rss-Feed and Booking for Season 2011 30.11.2010
Snow on the Gaula
Every salmon fisherman would agree that a salmon river looks best in the summertime when you can feel the power of nature – the cold fresh water, the long bright nights, the green grass and leaves just bursting out of the ground. But there is one question which many of our guests and friends always ask us: “It’s so beautiful here in the summertime, but what is it like in the winter?”. We have to admit, it is hard to imagine what the pool in which you have caught a big salmon in nice summer temperatures looks like when it is -20°C and the valley is covered in snow. Well, to everyone who is still curious we’d like to unravel the mystery:

Our Home Pool , which is “free for all” (left bank) for all our guests any time during the season.

Upstream view from Maela.

View from the Froseth Bridge upstream.

NFC website and Rss-feed
Our website is getting more and more popular and especially throughout the season we have many visitors checking for the latest updates and fishing reports. Therefore we would like to thank you for your great interest and that so many of you visit us online on a regular basis. As a more convenient way for you to check for new updates we implemented an “Rss-feed”. This is a dynamic bookmark which notifies you when we update our website. That way you can make sure that you are always up to date and never miss out on our latest reports. Just click on the Rss-Symbol () in the top right corner to add our newsfeed.

Booking for Season 2011
It’s the same feeling that draws us back to the banks of the Gaula year after year – the combination of the beautiful scenery and the chance to catch the salmon of a lifetime in exclusive conditions. But it is also about the companionship and the friendly fly fishing environment and lifestyle which is celebrated at the NFC.
If you want to join us and share this experience, please use our booking enquiry form or contact us directly via e-mail: or telephone: 0049 –(0)40– 5892302.


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