Published Nov 8. 2007 - 13 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 17. 2015

Geir Kjensmo

Living in Elverum in Norway on the banks of the famous grayling river Glomma.

Geir Kjensmo

Geir Kjensmo works as area sales manager in Norway for Beckhoff Automation. Member of WWF, Greenpeace and Bellona to be in front fighting for the environment!
Today he is also the area secretary for Norway of the Grayling Society and the conservation chairman of EFFA (European Fly Fishing Association).

He has been flyfishing since the age of 8. Practising Catch & Release since his first trip to New Zealand in 1987.
He lives in the small town of Elverum by the banks of river Glomma, so when not fishing for salmon elsewhere, he is fly fishing for grayling.

He has been working part time as a local fly fishing guide since 1986.

Geir has positions in several fishing organisations:
Area secretary in the The Grayling Society.
Conservation chairman in the European Fly Fishing Association
Chairman of the Norwegian Salmon Association.

Gier has written the following on GFF:
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good afternoon Geir....

good afternoon Geir. My name is Theo Mientjes.
End of august I will by in Atna for one week.
Can you be so kind to inform me about flypatterns. looking forwards to your answer,.
kind rgeards. Theo

Hello how are you it...

Hello how are you its good to see another Kjensmo intrested in fishing . I'm in south carolina usa just thought I would drop a line its always fun to see what a relative is doing. Write me back Geir.


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