Summer fishing in Arctic Norway
The film "Summer Fishing in Arctic Norway" describes the unique nature experience of fishing at Leinavatn during the arctic summer. The lake Leinavatn at about 68 degree North covers about 28 km2 and is regarded as the synonym for pure arctic wilderness and thus one of the best locations for outdoor life in Northern Norway. Leinavatn has two months of midnightsun and is characterized by clean water and air and the absence of any noise or light pollution. Leinavatn has a good stock of different game fish as Arctic Charr, Trout, Pike, Pearch and Burbot (Lota lota). The average weight of the most commonly caught fish, the Arctic Charr is about 350g. However, capital individuals of several kilos does take the bait now and than.