Published Sep 13. 2012 - 5 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 13. 2012

A Fishing Year Along The River Vindelaelven - part 2

The second episode (2 of 6) of A Fishing Year Along The River Vindelälven Valley.

In this episode we follow Viktor, Tor and Stefan, who in June head to the restored tributary "Ruskträskbäcken" for both grayling and brown trout.
We also get to meet fishery conservation area chairman Kaj Gambäck who enthusiastically tells about how they work with management to promote fishing which they have done very successfully with the modern applied regulations.

In June, the normal spring run off the main Vindelälven river is high, but fortunately this period provides the absolute best fishing in tributaries and in the smaller lakes and ponds found along the river valley. Brown trout tend to be very active and can surprise with really fine specimens.

Fishing site: Ruskträskbäcken (see google maps).
Fishing management area: Ruskträsk FVO
Contact: Kaj Gambäck Chairman.
Read more here: http://www.vindelalvsfiske.se

Filmed and produced by: Rolf Nylinder
Contact: frontsidefly@gmail.com or http://www.frontsidefly.com

This film project is funded by Vindel river fishing area (Vindelälvens Fiskeområde).
The Vindel river fishing area has the task of distributing funds from the European Fisheries Fund, Umeå municipality, municipalities along the river Vindelälven and the Västerbotten region for projects that can benefit fisheries development in the area.

Visit: http://www.vindelalvsfiske.se for more information of fishing in the lower Ume-, Vindel and Laisälven rivers.

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