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county: Finnmark -- municipality: Porsanger

Stabburselva / Rávttojohka 2008
Stabburselva / Rávttojohka  2008
Egil Persen. Salmon 12,8 kg
Fishingstime...
From the 20`the of July the outlet zone of river Dilljohka is closed for fishing. From the 17`th of August the notorious pond Fossekulpen closes. Fishing is also restricted in a zone 50m above and below the fish stair

Permits may be obtained at: Stabbursnes Naturhus og Museum, (09.00-21.00 hrs)

Desinfection performed at Stabbursdalen Camping and Friluftspark, 9710 Indre Billefjord. Phn + 47 78 46 47 65

Forecast for Stabburselva

Fishing for big salmon on the Lombola stretch.


What a salmon! 12,8 kg. A Duck Special Spoon dangles from its jaw. Mr. Egil Persen from Alta just had yet another golden moment on the Lombola stretch. However this is not his biggest salmon. The record was caught on fly some years back, and was a staggering 19,6 kg. Never the less the same feeling of thrill and awe is present every time a big salmon is landed. To catch and land a big salmon is always an unforgettable experience.
Mr Egil Persen owns a cabin in Stabbursdalen valley. This is where he spends his entire summer. If you are hunting for the big salmon, the time to come here is from 18`th of June until 1`st of July. Everybody wants to fish in Fossekulpen, but only 5 permits are sold there. The fishing is also regulated from the suspension bridge and down to the outlet. But the chances of a catch are just as good in the remaining parts of the river.
On the 12 km long stretch from the campsite and up to pond Fossekulpen, there are an unrestricted number of permits. And the same thing goes for the long stretch above Fossekulpen and up to Njakkagorzze, where the salmon is forced to stop. Late season it is a lot of salmon here, and few people. Not everybody has the health for this walk, even though the odds for a major catch are high. Stabburselva. Outlet.
Stabburselva. Outlet.
Stabburselva River is sensitive to change of water level. Upon flooding , several of the fishing spots are unavailable. But upon normal conditions, plenty of fine locations are evenly spread throughout the river. In order to have success you need to familiarize yourself with the river and the holding grounds.
The smartest thing to do is to rent a local guide to show you some methods and some specific spots. Maybe you will meet Mr. Egil Persen too, at his favourite spot. He might even invite you into his cabin for a coffee and some fishing talk. If you are lucky he will disclose the super fly on which he caught the 19 kg salmon, but if you aren�t so lucky as to be there exactly for this, Mr Persen can reveal that Thunder And Lightning is a good fly in the river.
Like most experienced fisher men, he is generous in advice and gladly shares advice on his secrets to newcomers in this fantastic river. Frode Andersen, Reidar M�yland, Roger Josefsen og Ronny C. Schmidt.
Frode Andersen, Reidar M�yland, Roger Josefsen og Ronny C. Schmidt.

Stabburselva River is sensitive to change of water level. Upon flooding , several of the fishing spots are unavailable. But upon normal conditions, plenty of fine locations are evenly spread throughout the river. In order to have success you need to familiarize yourself with the river and the holding grounds. The smartest thing to do is to rent a local guide to show you some methods and some specific spots. Maybe you will meet Mr. Egil Persen too, at his favourite spot. He might even invite you into his cabin for a coffee and some fishing talk. If you are lucky he will disclose the super fly on which he caught the 19 kg salmon, but if you aren�t so lucky as to be there exactly for this, Mr Persen can reveal that Thunder And Lightning is a good fly in the river. Like most experienced fisher men, he is generous in advice and gladly shares advice on his secrets to newcomers in this fantastic river.

Big Salmon River


The outlet to Porsanger Fjord, is wide and shallow. The 9 km stretch up to Lombola is a mix of fine white water rapids and attractive pools with good spawning and fishing grounds. Lombola is a stretch of 3 km slow current ponds, where especially one small pool suggests itself as a hot spot. Above Lombola is another couple of hundreds meters of rapids, and then a new 3 km stretch of slower current ponds called Ulveluobbal.
The last zone up to the big waterfall Stabbursfossen is a popular area with many fine locations. Above the stairs, the river is more rapid, with many little falls, but my goodness what fantastic locations are found here! At Njakkagorzze, 30km from the sea, both salmon and fishermen must come to a stop. Upon optimal river conditions, some salmons are able to enter merging Rivers D�bbojohka and Njakkajohka.

Upper parts of River Stabburselva are the land of Huge Browns


Upper Stabbursdal river, where salmon, sea char and sea trout is unable to migrate, is an extremely attractive trout river, holding fish at 6kg, averaging 1-2kg! You may also catch pike, eelpout, and char. In addition you might want to explore the merging rivers and the near by lakes of the river. Some of these are exposed to quite much fishing, but never the less some monster species of trout and char are to be found here. Just ask Mrs Anne Britt Larsen, phn +47 78464761 who managed to land a 6,35kg trout! It was an incredible 79 cm long, and was lured by a Mepps Spinner, hearth shaped, silver and green. Yes this is certainly the mountain paradise of Mrs Anne Britt Larsen.

Lake Bojob�skevatn


Lake Bojob�skevatn is located in the south valley, 395 meters altitude. It is a shallow lake with mire floor, but it holds huge pike, especially in the north west bay. The lake also contains some large char and trout of good quality.

South lake Stabbursdalsvatn


South Lake Stabbursdalsvatn is located at 369mtr altitude, 3km long, 500m wide at its widest. It is a medium deep lake with shallow shores and sand rock and muddy floor. The lake holds a medium population of quality char averaging at 0,5-1,0 kg. A small population of large trout of medium quality is also present. Even pike and eelpout may be encountered.

Lake Angosvatn


Lake Angosvatn is a shallow lake with mire floor, 370meters altitude. It is populated by large pike and a small population of big trout of medium to bad quality.

Lake Husvatn


Lake Husvatn is located at 367 meters altitude. It is shallow and partly covered by mire floor. A substantial population of medium quality char and trout averaging at 300-400gr.

Lake Stabbursvatnet North


The north Stabbursvatnet lake is located at 367 meters altitude, is 4 km long and 500m wide. A medium depth lake, with shallow beaches. A medium population of quality 0,5 kg char, and a small population of very big trout up to 6 kg. You may also encounter lake and eelpout.

Lake Ciegnalisjavrre


Lake Ciegnalisjavrre is located at 482 meters altitude. It is a medium deep mountain lake, with steep shores. It holds 0,5kg average char of splendid quality.

Lake Suolojavvre


The lake is located at 395mtrs altitude, and holds big pike, some char and a small population of big trout.

Airrojavvre


This lake is located at 464 meters altitude, and is a shallow lake with mire floor. A medium population of quality 0,5 kg char, and a small population of 300gr trout. Some eelpout.

Lake Rokkojavvre


Lake Rokkojavvre is located at 271 meters altitude, is 3 km long and 2 km wide. A medium deep lake with a small population of quality char and trout.

Lake Navkkajavrre


Lake Navkkajavrre is located at 491 meters altitude, is 1,5km long and 500m wide. It is a quite deep mountain lake, especially along the north eastern shore. A small population of large quality char.

Lake Langevatn


Lake Langevatn is located at 369 meters altitude, is 3,5 km long and 1 km wide. It is relatively shallow. Some mire floor to the north, the rest sandy. Here is a medium population of high quality char averaging at 400-500 gr. A small population of high quality trout is also present. Some pike and eelpout too. You need boat in order to fish the lake properly.

Lake Monstjerna


Lake Monstjerna is in conjunction to lake Langvatn, at 429-446 meters altitude. Very shallow lakes, partially mire floors. Here You will find a small population of huge char.

Lake Nakkajavvre


Lake Nakkajavvre is located at 491 meters altitude, is 1,5km long and 500 m wide. It is a quite deep mountain lake, especially along the north east shore. The lake holds a small population of big high quality char.

Lake Langvatnet


Lake Langvatnet is located at 369 meters altitude, is 3,5 km long and 1 km wide. It is relatively shallow, with shallow shores. Some quire floor to the north, the rest sandy floor. A medium population of high quality char averaging at 400-500 gr. Also a small population of high quality trout. Some pike and eelpout. You need a boat to fish the lake properly.

Njakkajavvre


Is located at 396 meters altitude. It is a shallow lake of good quality. You should bring locals if you go there.

Lake L�ktojavvre


Is located at 369 meters altitude, is 5km long and 1,5 km wide. This is a famous lake, but right now there is no up to date information on the population

July is the best time for fishing in Stabburselva River


The salmons hit the river in the end of May or the beginning of June. July is the best time for fishing. The sea trout arrives in August.

Big sea char and sea trout too


River Stabburselva carries a solid population of huge sea char. The char arrives around 10`th of July. The sea char also spawn at the Dilljohka River merging point, where the salmons don�t migrate. Some huge pikes are known to lurk around in the ponds. The river also has a population of big sea trout that partially feed on fish.

Record salmon, 21 kg


River Stabburselva is a typical big salmon river. The largest known salmon caught, was brought on shore by Mr. Pentti Kokko in 1992. Mr. Trygve Myrm�l landed the largest on in 1995, weighing 16,5 kg.

Advice


Use hair wing variations of Green Highlander, and Hairy Mary, double hooks size 6-10. The best period for big salmon is around mid-summers eve, but smaller salmons and sea char enters the river around 1`st of July. The Stabburselva River enters Porsanger Fjord about 12 km north of Lakselv City.

How to get there


In order to get into the river, there is an exit from the county road, about 1 km south of the suspension bridge. Take the forestry road which will lead You into the eastern border of the National Park.

Catch records


1995: 3232 kg salmon (2,7) and 336 kg seatrout/ seachar (0,9)
1996: 2001 kg salmon (2,8) and 183 seatrout/seachar (0,9)
1997: 412 kg salmon tot 1107 kg, 22 seatrout tot 29 kg and 82 seachar tot 61 kg
1998: 1356 kg salmon (2,4) and 181 kg seatrout/seachar (1,1)
1999: 1290 kg salmon (2,8) and 149 kg seatrout/seachar (0,9)
2000: 1949 kilo salmon (3,6) and 199 kg seatrout/seachar (1)
2001: 1959 kilo salmon (3,6) and 79 kilo seatrout and 78 kilo seachar.
2002: 1364 kilo salmon (3,9) and 336 kilo seatrout/seachar (1)
2003: 534 salmon tot 1939 kilo, 161 seatrout tot 142,8 kilo and 99 seachar tot 96,7 kilo.
2004: 724 salmon tot 1857,3 kilo, 129 seatrout tot 135,8 kilo and 69 seacharr tot 69,5 kilo.
2005: 2529 kilo (3,2) salmon and 231 kilo seachar/seatrout (1).
2006: 1568 salmon tot 4506 kilo, 101 seatrout tot 111 kilo and 30 seachar tot 29 kilo.
2007: 999 salmon tot 3410 kilo, 118 seatrout tot 120 kilo and 17 seachar tot 16 kilo.
Information...

Stabbursnes Naturhus og Museum

E-MAIL
Phn + 47 78 46 47 65.
Nice family surrounding and conditions. Guided trips to the National Park.

Stabbursdalen Feriesenter


A world class fishing and Hunting resort. % fantastic rivers within an hour�s location. 5000 lakes. Ocean fishing, and 7000m2 of fantastic hunting ground.
Phn: + 47 78 46 47 60/+ 47 950 31 959 /+ 47 466 61 015

Solstad Camping,
9700 Lakselv,
phn + 47 78 46 14 04.

Lakselv Hotell,
9700 Lakselv,
phn + 47 78 46 54 00.

Porsanger Vertshus,
Laatasv.
9700 Lakselv.
phn + 47 78 46 13 77.

Car Rental:





Statoil Butikk Lakselv

Avis Bilutleie.
Bil- og tilhengerutleie.
Salg av fiskekort for Lakselva.
Desinfeksjon av fiskeutstyr.
Statoil Bensinstasjon.
EPOST
Tel + 47 91 77 14 40 (Avis) / + 47 78 46 55 10 (Statoil)

Lakselv Bruktbilutleie


Phn +47 98881300
Adress: Meierivn,
N-9700 Lakselv
Brennelv bru,
N-9700 Lakselv.

Avis
Phn +47 91771440

Hertz
At the bus station in Lakselv City.
Phn+ 47 78 46 17 80

Permits:


Persons residing in Finnmark pay 90NOK pr. day, and 360NOK pr. week.
Norwegian residents pays 120NOK pr. day, and 485 pr. week.
Foreigners pays 240NOK pr. day ,and 965 NOK pr. week.


The river is now divided in two zones. Zone 2 includes Fossekulpen. 6 permits are sold here, in addition to all locals holding season permits. Zone 1 includes the rest of the river. There are not limits to permits sold at this zone.



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