Published Sep 14. 2012 - 5 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 14. 2012

A Fishing Year Along The River Vindelaelven - part 3

The third part (3 of 6) of A Fishing Year Along The River Vindelälven Valley.

In this episode we first see the incredible power of the spring run off in the Vindelälven river when Petra Sjöberg stops at Vormforsen rapids to study the tribute song "Änglamark" written by Evert Taube to preserve the river from hydro power development.

Later, we follow the ardent fly fisherman and fisheries manager Daniel Holmqvist to two of the river's tributaries, Manjaurån and Gargån. Both of these waters are restored after the timber floating era and the fish stocks has exploded after the efforts. Daniel tells us more about this while he's pulling fish after fish.

Fishing site: Manjaurån och Gargån
Fishing management areas: Åmans FVO och Gargnäs/Råstrands FVO
Contacts: Åmans FVO:
Gargnäs/Råstrands FVO: Daniel Jonsson http://www.laxsele.com

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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