Norway River Trout
In search of wild Norwegian Brown Trout, Paul travels to the Sorley District of Eastern Central Norway, close to the Swedish Border. There he meets up with Gaute Nuland who has fished the area for seven years. Together Paul and Gaute fish the banks of the river before setting off in a Norwegian canoe for the Innerdal River. Gaute reckons night time is the right time to fish, but because they’re just out of the Arctic Circle, it doesn’t really get dark. It’s still a good time and the Trout are a sight to behold.