Fishing in Norway`s longest river Glomma.

05/07/2013.
The water temperature was 9 degrees
22 degrees in the sun and blue sky, spring has finally come to Norway.
The water level was below normal at this time of year.
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Fishing equipment is made ​​ready for the day’s catch.
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Glomma is the longest river in Norway “623 km”.
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Fish that one can get in Glomma: trout. perch, pike, whitefish, grayling, roach, bream, bleak, ide and crayfish.
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The trout would have nothing what I put on. I tried Rapala, spinners and spoon lures.
But ide was willing and nibble on panther martin spinners. Ide No. 1 today. weight 1.8 kg.
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It was catch and relase today.
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Ide # 2 today. weight 1.7 kg.
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It was catch and relase # 2 today.
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Ide # 3 today. weight 1.8 kg.
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It was catch and relase # 3 today.
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Ide # 4 today. weight 2 kg.
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It was catch and relase # 4 today.

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Wilderness greeting

Jan Rune

Trout fishing in Norway’s longest river.

When the ice began to let go of the longest river named Glomma in Norway.
Use the trout and stand in line and attach the hook to a Rapala lures.
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The equipment made ​​clear and ready for catching Trout. Fishing rod I use is: Shimano Aerocast SAC27L. Fishing Reel I use is: Shimano TwinPower 1500 XT-RB.
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This evening there were plenty of cold water, so you should probably wait a few days before the trout are more willing to bite.
The best Temperatures in the water for trout is 8 degrees.
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The water level was perfect today. On the other side of the little waterfall located Kvisleholmen island that divides the river into two.

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Moose.

Moose images taken with Gyttorp Cold ir game camera last spring.HUNT0014moose01
Through the years I put out salt blocks for moose. deer and roe deer. And in these places, I have also put out game cameras.
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Had a lot of visits of this cow moose with her two calves.HUNT0016moose03
More pictures will come of this moose cow with calves.

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Roe deer.

These pictures I took with game camera Gyttorp Cold ir last summer.
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Through the years I put out salt blocks for moose. deer and roe deer. And in these places, I have also put out game cameras.
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Had often visit of this with his calf.
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Jan Rune

Ice fishing for char and trout. Finnskogen, Norway.

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Last day of the Easter holidays traveled Idar, Kjerstin and I into Finnskogen for and see if we would get any char and trout. Can love there were a lot of fish. Today was great with 5 degrees, clear sky and sun, with the exception of a small snowfall that came over at noon.
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Idar and Kjerstin in action looking for char and trout.
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Today was the only perch would bite the hook. Char and trout had taken the Easter holiday.
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Perch.
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After snow weather had passed. The sun came back and warmed up on the ice.
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Church Sea. (Kirkesjøen)
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After a long day on the ice. We made ​​a fire and grilled sausages. Not exactly healthy, but still good.

Wilderness greetings from Norway.

Idar, Kjerstin og Jan Rune