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WELCOME TO DRIVA

Exclusive salmon and sea trout fishing

 

DRIVA BEATS

Fishing providers in Driva

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VENNEVOLD

7 km from sea / 1400 meters / 6 pools

7 km from the fjord you find the Vennevold beat. The beat starts where the worlds sixth highest waterfall, Vinnufossen, meets the Driva river, and continues 1400 meters upstream to the Løykja pool. Vennevold can provide exclusive fishing on both sides of the river. The beat has six pools. You will find sheltering huts and fire places alongside the river.

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LEANGEN

7 km from sea / 1300 meters / 5 pools

7 km from the fjord you find the Leangen beat. This river stretch creates a peninsula as can be seen from the map. The length of the beat is 1300 meters and the beat has 5 pools. The Leangen beat offers exclusive fishing on the south river side. You will find sheltering huts and fire places alongside the river.

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FLATVAD

12 km from sea / 2750 meters / 8 pools

12 km from the fjord you find the Flatvad beat. The beat is in total 2750 meters and offers exclusive fishing on the south river side of Driva. The beat has 8 pools, where the excellent salmon pools; the Knutsli pool (Knutslihølen) and the Kings pool (Kongshølen) are visible from the main road. You will find sheltering huts and fire places alongside the river.

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GIKLING

14 km from sea / 1500 meters / 3 pools

14 km from the fjord you find the Gikling beat. The beat offers exclusive fishing from both sides of the river - where both sides add up to 2300 meter. The beat has 3 pools. You will find sheltering huts and fire places alongside the river, as described in the map.

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FAHLE

17 km from sea / 1400 meters / 3 pools

17 km from the fjord you find the Fahle beat. The beat runs for 1400 meters and has 3 pools. Fishing in this beat is currently rented by a local fishermen club. Licenses for fishing can be purchased at inatur.no.

 

ABOUT

Driva is a Norwegian river, well known for salmon fishing since the British lords started visiting the river more than one hundred years ago. The salmon population of the Driva river has been suffering from the parasite Gyrodactulus Salaris, but Driva can still offer exclusive salmon fishing in a breathtaking scenery.

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