Sounds like you are heading along Skoddebergvannet-Saltvannet towards Grov. If so I can offer som info on that area. I have a cabin nearby Skoddebergvannet - So no breaking and enteringplan is to head to the fjords via 3 lakes that are joined up by a brook/river
each lake on the map appears to be surrounded by some flood plain (so im counting on this being very rich land)
the river and lakes I am told ar stacked with trout -)
I'll pick him up at the airport and dump him around there, and make sure he has a fishing license for Holmvatnet and Snubbavatnet (Østervikvatnet) + the rivers between the lakes and Snubbaelva down to the bridge.The two lakes is probably Skallvatnet and Holmvatnet then?
The flood plain will be marsh and peat bog mainly.
I think you'd better leave that chaga on your side of the pond. Customs officers don't like wild organic stuff crossing borders. An believe it or not, it's considerd a controlled substance here due to it's medicenal properties. And well...this is a birch forest...the whole coast is. I'll find chaga here. :vio:yeah it sounds awesome!, I swerve shrooms all together, I know a bit but know where near enough and
its just not a pretty way to go :-/
berrys and fish will do me just fine, rations will be a good bag of my patented trail mix and a good square
dehydrated meal a day, maybe some pancake mix for the morning, so I wont starve but ill need to pull
my finger out for a good scrounge about if I want to eat well which is always good motivation. Those
lakes and river are just screaming "fish meee, no fish meeee". So its bushcrafting in a lush environment
blissful days fishing and evenings watching the buschcraft TV (fire) sounds about perfect! you gana try
and get a days fishing in with me Viking? oh I got a nice bag of Chaga for you by way of thanks
oh PS only chaga if its as rare over there as it is here obviously.
The dump is getting dumped! very excited!
Rubber shads will work fine. I use them a lot myself for sea fishing. Also I'll bring some freshly dug earth worms for you for the trout, and I also know of some places to dig for lug.haha thanks for the heads up about the Chaga, that could of been bad LOL.
yeah spud mash is great stuff, great you can come fishing, you can show me how the Norwegians do it .
In the sea would large rubber shads work, I seen some good stuff on you tube where guys are catching
good sized fish off the beach on them, insane fishing. I have a heavy ish carp rod, that will be sensitive
enough for the trout and also plenty of backbone for the heavier sea fish, if its not it will be a hell of a lot of fun
bringing in an angry cod with it anyway :-D
Good advice that. I use a Shimano Beastmaster UL165. The rod is only 5,5 foot long, and can take lure weights from 1-7 grams and I use either Silver, bronze or black 3 gram (size "0") Blue Fox Vibrax spinners for trout. Or tasmanian devil lures, sometimes a 5 gram rapala wobler does the trick.I've mostly just fished the smaller trout in lakes - and would recommend a very light rod and some tiny (3 - 5g) meps in silver, gold or black.
I'm sure the worm will work too though of course!
Would love to get into a bit more of the sea fishing over there.