Fly fishing for Atlantic Salmon on the Suldalslågen River in Western Norway. Fishmaster will arrange a fly fishing trip to the Stråpa beat on 24.-31. August 2022. Suldalslågen is the largest and one of the best salmon rivers in Western Norway. Suldalslågen is famous for very big salmon, the biggest ones are over 20 kilos.
Suldalslågen is a famous salmon river that is located in the municipality of Suldal in Rogaland county. The 22 km long river runs from the lake Suldalsvatnet to the southwest to the village of Sand where it empties into the Sandsfjorden. The average size of salmon is very high 6-7 kg. Suldalslågen is very late river considering salmon run timing. The fishing season in middle and upper river starts on 20. July and ends on 30. September. Prime time for salmon fishing on this beautiful river is considered to be in August-September.
We will fly fish the beautiful, private Stråpa beat situated in the upper part of Suldalslågen River, about 21 km from the sea. The Stråpa beat is the uppermost beat of the Suldalslågen. It consists of 1,3 km of South (Left) bank and 0,7 km of North (Right) bank of famous River Suldalslågen. The beat consists several good salmon pools: Stråpahölen, Strengjen, Flåto and Notahölen. Our Fishmaster group of 4 persons will fly fish exclusively the Stråpa beat.
Accomodation for guests is arranged in a renovated old house located close the Stråpa fishing beat. It is only 300 m short walk from the house to the beat. There is a living room, a well equipped kitchen, 5 bedrooms, 2 x toilet/shower. Every angler will have a single bedroom.