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New 2012 tagged salmon recapture data shows a pattern emerging in Norway

With the 2012 salmon-fishing season in Norway having ended only hours ago, it is early for data to be analysed, but a sneak preview bulletin of catch-and-release data from three of Norways' famous central-belt salmon rivers just released has already shown a surprising pattern emerging. ... Full story

Huge catch on Norway's Vosso

Fortunes have varied wildly for salmon fishers in Norway recently. While the central rivers of the Trondelag region continue to struggle with catches through to the approaching end of the season, a notable catch to one rod on a single river has shown the potential for sport in this celebrated salmon-fishing country. ... Full story

What has happened to Norway's summer run?

As July merges into August, high summer into late-summer, a pattern has become established on Norway's sportfishing rivers. When a 2012 salmon is hooked it tends to be an older, bigger, river fish. Now, with the season ending two weeks tomorrow, from the Lakselva to the Orkla, the question is repeated: what has happened to Norway's summer run of medium sized salmon and grilse? And the newer, big fish, for that matter? ... Full story

Lower river action in Norway but it's set to explode!

The first month of Norway's short season has been characterised by a cold start with big rivers swollen with snowmelt and rainfall and salmon catches as a result confined to lower beats of some of Norway's most famous sportfish rivers. On the plus side some extraordinary salmon have been caught and the new month promises some red hot sporting action. ... Full story

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