Flowing over 145km from its headwaters in the mountains near the village of Holtalen all the way down to the Trondheim Fjord, the Gaula is a wild and unregulated river. Without the impediment of hydroelectric dams, the Gaula is subject to frequently changing water levels which provide for dynamic fishing for anglers of all skill levels. The Gaula is consistently one of the most productive salmon rivers in Norway.
Famous for its large Atlantic salmon, the Gaula produces fish of over 40 lbs. every year. The Norwegian Flyfisher’s Club offers access to over 12 kilometers of private waters. The fishing rotation allows access to all sections of the river during the week’s fishing.
The river is full of character and when clear it carries a slight golden tinge. The surrounding scenery is one of thick evergreen forested slopes interspersed with small villages and farms. It is a beautiful location to target some of the world’s largest salmon.
2 – 9 July (week 27): £3,840 per person (prime week of the season)
30 July – 6 August (week 31): £2,560 per person (good numbers of fish throughout)
6 – 13 August (week 32): £2,170 per person (good numbers of fish, floating lines)
13 – 20 August (week 33): £2,060 per person (good numbers of fish, floating lines)
20 – 27 August (week 34): £2,000 per person (good numbers of fish, floating lines)
27 – 31 August (week 35): £1,430 per person (can be combined with non-fishing trips or trout and grayling fishing)
All prices are based on full board accommodation and shared room. The cost excludes car hire, state licence, guiding, flights, alcohol and tackle disinfection.
For more information about the Norwegian Flyfisher’s Club and salmon fishing in Norway please contact Alex Jardine or call our office on +44(0)1980 847389.