Gaula River, Norway | Atlantic Salmon

Norwegian Flyfishers Club at Rogstadmoen Lodge

Flowing over 145 km from its headwaters in the high mountains near the village of Holtalen to where it joins the sea in the Trondheim Fjord, the Gaula is a wild, free-flowing river. Second only to the Tana (which is over 10 times longer) in catch, the Gaula is not only one of the most consistently productive salmon rivers in Norway, but in the world. The river supports healthy stocks of some of the largest Atlantic salmon; 20-pound Gaula salmon are not uncommon and many grow to over 30 lbs — and some will top 40. • • • The Gaula is truly a river of dreams, the place to pursue the "fish of a lifetime."

Season: June 1 - August 31

Inquire for 2017 rates and availability

Includes: 6 days guided fishing, 7 nights single-room accommodation, all meals and drinks (wine, beer, soda), fishing license, gear disinfection, rental vehicle

Additional costs: Round trip commercial airfare to Trondheim, gratuities

Additional information:
Norwegian Flyfishers Club (website)
Norwegian Flyfishers Club
(brochure)
Gaula - River of Silver and Gold (video)

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Notes:

1) Payments made by personal check, cashier's check, or money order in US dollars are preferred.
2) Credit card and wire transfer payments are available on request. Additional fees may apply.