Fishing with Fery

My fishing guru Fery and his grandson Honza drove all the way from Brno, Czech republic, to join me on Orkla river to try to catch some atlantic salmon. After many theoretical discussions, we finally fished together. Despite not being very successful, it was great.
Honza and Fery on the classical view point Brekka on the way to Aure.
We stayed in Rønningen Camping in a small cabin, just next to Orkla river.
As the river section next to the camp belongs to the camp owners, it is possible to fish right next to the cabin.
However, we fished mostly a few km upstream, along Svinsøyen section, which is longer, more variable and located in very nice nature. I have been there already 8 times this year, but for the first time I have reached the upper border of the section. I had a promissing bite from salmon there, but it did not hook well enough...
Lower border of Svinsjøen section is a frequent meeting and social point, from where
you can observe fishermen along Rørommet part of the section. Honza got our only salmon here, but it was too small to be kept.
Well masked Fery is fishing in his favourite Handbaggan (a.k.a. Pool of mighty Fery).
Salmon fishing is really hard work and crazy hobby. Good refreshment is the key to stay optimistic!
In order to get some fish, we drove to Aure
to fish in the fjords.
And finally we had some success, with a lot of makrels and one sea trout.

Sylan in summer

Sylan, a mountain ridge on the border between Norway and Sweden, is my favourite ice-fishing place. How is it in summer? Hot...
Road nr. 705 along my favourite Nea river

with several water power-stations along the way.
Smaller road goes to Esandsjøen,
where Palava meets Sylan.

Path to Syltjønna lake,

which lies under the highest point of Southern Trøndelag - Storsylen, 1728m.
This group made it to the top in 1900, but it was too hot in 2019...(source: Wikipedia)
Finally some water in dry mountains...