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River Langa Salmon

The brothers are fly fishing for Atlantic Salmon on the River Langa in the Myra district and its a river they are familiar with having fished here many times. After checking their salmon fly boxes, Gunni decides he's going to do something completely different and instead use his trout flies, specifically nymphs and streamers, to try and catch a fish. Before fishing however, they have a quick chat with river keeper Karl Ludviksson who recommends they use very small flies. They see plenty of fish in the river but they don't seem to be taking this afternoon after a chat in the cabin decide to move to a new location and a new river. The River Stadara is much smaller than the Langa but the boys are confident and in high spirits as they set out but after another poor session they decide to give up fishing today and pay a visit to a farmer who has some old rights to net fish on the river. Day 3 and they're on yet another river, this time its the River Haukadalsa that will host Asi and Gunni. And finally, late in the day Asi hooks a salmon on a small fly and lands a 55cm fish.  Now they've broken their duck, Gunni also hooks a salmon in the same pool and this one is big bigger  too. Its been a tough few days fishing but that's salmon fishing for you sometimes and they'reboth delighted to have some reward at the end of it. To watch just login or join

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