River Aelva (Norway) Image contrib. K.&P.Majeran Page:  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  MAP Lang.        
 The Åelva is an untamed river which flows into the Bindalfjord. It is ca. 15 km. long. The part of the river suitable for salmon fishing stretches all the way from lake Abjora down to the fjord. In the upper part, the water is so clean that you can drink it (source 2012). The river flows through forests and ravines and holds numerous ‘hot spots’ close to waterfalls. Here, the salmon lie in waiting for the perfect conditions to continue their journey upstream.