37 min. (1996)
A poetic film about fly fishing for salmon and the silvery beauty of the River Gaula. Fantastic fights with large salmon, captivating countryside and sensitive poetry are interwoven in this original film from Gaula, one of Norway’s best salmon rivers.
We meet fishermen from all over the world, talking about their relationship with the Gaula. Guide Jonas Hammarstedt gives hints about choosing flies, while local fishermen tell tales about fishing the Gaula and one of its tributaries, the Sokna.
The film is available as Streaming/DVD on Flyfishingfilms.com