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Oslo Dryfly in June

Saturday was a great day for heading out into the forest around Oslo: 17-18 degrees and the forecast said sun. The forest is very accessible, but for those lakes a bit in you really need a bike to be able to cover some ground in a single day, so about 20km in and I set up on a new lake that I haven’t fished before. First of was the river going into the lake: some small brown trout in the river aggressively going on my flies.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAStanding on top of the last little waterfall before the lake, this was my first stop and I could see the trout rising out there: I didn’t stay too long here.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERATurn around and river was filled with small trout, good fun, but was too small to keep.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI packed up and headed for a place I had spotted on the map before leaving: a small headland that reached a bit into the lake. As I approached the lake I could see the trout rising steadily and within 2 minutes I got my personal best on dryfly in the forest surrounding Oslo: 400gram of beautiful trout that landed easily in my net. The position I had made it easy to cast on rising trout, so it was a great day with a fair bit of trouts landed and a couple of larger ones that just didn’t want to hook properly. Most took on a CDC & Deer hair dry, but also on mayfly and emerger.


OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe day was a good mix of sun, summer-rain, a bit of wind and periods of dead-still water. Not too much hatching going on, but some mayflies and midges was observed on the water.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe 4 trout I did take home ended up as night-snack, fried up with lots of butter and served with potatoes and a beer.








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