Catches so far has been a bit below the average of previous seasons.
Quite possibly, the ladies in our valley are tougher than the rest...
A new disease affection wild salmon in certain rivers further south has now been detected. The rules for disinfecting the equipment will therefore be ...
Through many years, we've focused on henfish and a sustainable harvesting of fish in Lakselva. Since we're well into the International Year of the ...
While we're waiting for the new season to fully commence, Lakselv land owners association once again has the pleasure to invite it's members to the
As always, upon starting a new season, I have to take a trip to the river to do some observations.For those of you who did not have that opportunity, ...
As most of you may remember, Norway (and other salmon fishing parts of Europe) experienced a massive increase in catches of pink salmon in 2017.
We're allready well into April, the sunrays are getting warmer and the puddles are getting increasingly bigger in Lakselv.
The deadline for applying for licenses is fast approaching, and any applications must be sent by this coming Thursday, 21st of February.
The software development for the new system for licenses is going according to schedule.
2018 is invitably reaching an end, and is by many considered a salmon year we should quickly forget, whilst others again had a good year.
The season is now officially over here in Lakselva, and it's time with a little recap.
Three weeks into the season, and the big numbers are still lacking here in Lakselva.
Scale samples are a very important tool to determine the amount of escaped farmed salmon, and also gives us other valuable information about the li