Single-hook fishing tackle
It has dorsal and anal fins as well as soft rays. We can know the age of each specimen because they have growth rings. It has a prominent and hooked jaw. This species is very elusive, swimming upstream at up to 6.5 km/h and making jumps of almost four meters.
Beyond finding them in Alaska or Norway, where practically anyone would be able to tell you that there are salmon, we enjoy, in our own country, some interesting areas, such as Asturias or Vizcaya.
Knowing this, we can only indicate which are the best places, in our country, where we can find pieces of salmon. Asturias is a famous community for salmon fishing. There is even a concept, “el campanu”, which refers to the first specimen caught at the beginning of the season. The phenomenon has been spreading and we also find it, although less known, in Galicia, Basque Country or Cantabria.
The Ulla river does allow fishing with death, in season, with a maximum that is established annually. The reserves of A Estrada and Ximonde are really beautiful and in them you will find much more than salmon. In Cantabria, the Miera, the Asón and the Puente Viesgo salmon preserve, where the Pas river is located, stand out.
Sport fishing in the sea
Anglers at Nordura I will have the service of experienced guides who will take them from pool to pool in 4×4 vehicles. Most of the pools on the Nordura River are easily accessible, however it is necessary to walk to reach some pools, so anglers should be in decent physical shape.
The Nordura II also called Mundarnes encompasses a total of 42 pools that usually start to be particularly productive from the second week of July. Between June 5 and July 6 the fishing in Nordura II is from the Engjanef well and the Kálfhylsbrot well, both inclusive. From noon on the 6th the boundaries of Nordura II are demarcated by Símastrngur Well (No. 168 and Fornihvammur Bridge.) You can see a map of all the wells in the following link: http://nordura.is/en/um_nordura/map_of_nordura/
Sport fishing is the sporting activity related to the field of fishing. This is done by individuals or teams of people for leisure or competition. There are various techniques to perform it and there are also competitions that can be performed in rivers, lagoons, seashore and open sea.
This association is responsible for having standardized worldwide the techniques, names and codes related to sport fishing. The IGFA strongly promotes catch and release (C&R) for the conservation of species, particularly those considered more sporting.
Professional and amateur anglers around the world who abide by its rules strive to follow its rules in order to receive the honor of being listed in its “World Record Sportfishing” report, the leading publication of its kind. The publication also gives fishing tips, and has a very extensive fish identification guide.
Sea fishing is carried out from the coast, both in breakwaters and port facilities, as well as on beaches and river estuaries. It is also worth mentioning the growing popularity of boat fishing in the coastal area and offshore.
Being lucky enough to land a big trout is the culmination of a long, difficult and constant process; it involves many days fishing in remote areas that are inaccessible to other anglers, enduring all kinds of inclement weather conditions until the magic circle is squared and we are able to be in the right place at the right time. The right time is when a big trout is active and we hit the right fly. And the right place is the one we have been researching and prospecting for days.
These trout bring a great genetic quality as reproducers (we remember that they are the best adapted to the ecosystem, the smartest and most astute, that is why they have reached old age) and it is essential to return them to the water. Catch and release fishing should be an obligation.