Help us to prevent spreading of Gyrodactylus salaris!
The salmon parasite Gyrodactylus salaris is present in many Norwegian rivers. In the southern part of Norway the parasite is established in the rivers Lierelva and Drammenselva. In River Begna G. salaris is found on rainbow trout, who is a good host for the parasite. Grayling an char can also carry G. salaris for a long time. The parasite is also present in some swedish rivers. The occurrence of G. Salaris in these rivers is a serious threat to Atlantic salmon in all parts of southern Norway. The parasite G. salaris cause high mortality to juvenile Atlantic salmon.
All your fishing equipment will have to bee disinfected before fishing starts (at our sales offices)
It's forbidden to move fish and/or water from rivers or lakes that can be contaminated with G. salaris.
DRY THOROUGHLY AND DISINFECT all fishing equipment, shoes, boats, outboards e.g. that has been in contact with freshwater before you use it in another river or lake.
Do not clean the fish anywhere else but where it is caught.
Do not move water or fish between rivers or lakes.