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Published on Feb 6, 2018
Surrounded by spectacular mountains and a steep valley – bathe in the midnight sun while standing in the river swinging flies for Large Atlantic Salmon in the Reisa Valley.
The Reisa River (or Reisaelva in Norwegian) is 120 km long and originates in Finnmark. The salmon go 85 km up to the Imofossen waterfall. There are 19 zones containing good fishing spots, with a large number of deep pools for fly-fishing.
The Reisa River has a reputation for big salmon that are caught annually here weighing around 20 kg. So if you are looking to set a record, the Reisa River may be the right place for you. Just ask Scott Mackenzie who has caught his last 3 personal best Atlantic Salmon with us.