The rivers of Norway are renowned the world over as the destination to catch the largest salmon of your life. Stay in a secluded lodge nested in a beautiful tranquil valley on the Orkla River and enjoy a week of unforgettable fishing.
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Renowned around the world for their salmon waters, a week in Norway is the trip of a lifetime for fishermen. Anglers from around the world journey for a Norway fishing break; with Europeans making this pilgrimage since the mid-1800s, chasing the catch of their lives. The number of fish may be fewer than in Russia or Iceland, but the patient fish-less days all serve as part of the pursuit of landing that dream salmon. Indeed, any European who has caught a 40-50lb fish has, more than likely, snagged it in Norway. Even those who return from Scandinavia without the giant prize speak favourably of the unique experience its rivers offer. With a dramatic untouched landscape and great group camaraderie, an escape to the Orkla River will never be forgotten - whether with friends, father, son, or as a solitary traveller. Aunan Lodge, your home-away-from-home for the seven nights of this Norway fishing break, is located in the municipality of Rennebu in central Norway, about 1 hour and 15 minutes drive south of Trondheim. With twelve unique pools spread over more than 3 miles, the fishing is varied; whilst a limit of 12 rods ensure each is not over-populated. One expert guide is provided per six anglers, making tactical and technical advice readily available for all. The accommodation is supremely comfortable, including 9 twin rooms, plus a mini-chalet for larger groups. Three meals a day are also included, with the lodge's dedicated chef placing an emphasis on delicious local produce. Meal time is understandably popular, with the chef serving up Scandinavian favourites such as reindeer, Norwegian strawberries, and of course, local salmon. The Norwegian salmon season runs from 1st June - 31st August, and when you go is entirely up to you. June presents fewer fish but the largest salmon, so is ideal for experienced anglers. In July and August the salmon are generally smaller, but with a greater chance of pulling a fly; so ideal for less experienced anglers. There is no set rule though; with fishing across the season amongst Europe's most sought-after. Anglers are free to bring their own tackle on this Norway fishing holiday, but if required all equipment is available to rent on-site. Rods and waders can be hired for a very reasonable daily fee of 160 NOK each (around £18), whilst tippet material and flies can be purchased in the tackle shop.
As an experienced angler I was very interested to receive this gift from my children. I went with my wife who is a novice and we both had a great time and learnt a lot. The staff were polite, professi...
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