Glomma river is legendary to fishermen for numerous fish species
The newest Riverwatcher installation is at Storsjødammen in river Glomma, Norway. Installed
18. July 2012 the Riverwatcher will be providing valuable information about fish migration in the longest and largest river in Norway. The 598 kilometre (372 mi) long river has a drainage basin that covers a full 13% of Norway's area, all in the southern part of Norway. The river is legendary to fishermen because of its wealth of fish species.
In addition to trout and grayling you will find perfect conditions for perch, pike, roach, common whitefish and burbot. During the season fisherman regularly catch 50 cm graylings; trout weighing up to 4 kilos and pike up to 12 kilos are not uncommon.