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Tyrifjorden 02.08.12

Jeg følte for å avspasere noen av de x-antall overtidstimene jeg har, og Stian har ferie. Summa summarum satte vi kursen mot Tyrifjorden rett etter at jeg hadde levert i barnehagen, kun med en liten stopp for litt "påhengerdrikke".

Pitstop

Vi var på vannet via båtlslippen til Utvika Camping ca kl 10.00, akkurat i tide til at det begynte å regne.... Slippen er litt kronglete anlagt og koster 100,- å bruke, men det gikk helt fint for oss.


Er ikke dette trivelig kanskje?

Joda, nå koser vi oss.

Vel på vannet gikk planerboardene i vannet og vi startet med å dorge oss rundt Utøya og de andre øyene der. Jeg har aldri vært på vannet her før, og dybdekartet du finner link til nederst i innlegget er ikke akkurat helt nøyaktig, så vi endte opp på lovlig grunt vann for blyparavanene på to av stengene. Men slikt må man nesten regne med på nye steder, og vi mistet ikke noe utstyr så da er jeg happy uansett.


Trolsk stemning i yr, det skulle snart bli langt våtere...

Etter runden rundt øyene krysset vi fjorden over til vestsiden og fulgte denne helt bort til Vikersund. Vi oppdaget at dette sannsynligvis var for langt, ikke minst når alle stengene gikk fast i en sandbanke.... Det virker som man bør vende i god tid før kraftledningene, for deretter blir det mest gjeddeforhold. Dog ga dette området dagens eneste fisk, en abbor:


Tyrifjordabbor

Etter et bedre måltid på Tyrifjorden Hotell i Vikersund, et sted hvis restaurant anbefales å besøke, oppdaget jeg at vi var faretruende sent ute for henting i barnehagen, så da var det full gass hjemover igjen i bøttregnet.


Stians elgburger, turens høydepunkt.....


Ekkoloddet viste fra 16,5 til 17,5 grad i vannet, men bortsett fra det var det (forbausende) lite å se på skjermen. Det vi så var stort sett på 20-30 meter på steder hvor det var 40-60 meter dypt. Så neste gang blir dypriggen med.

Link til dybdekart:
http://arcus.nve.no/data/raster/dybdekart/djvu/dk522.pdf
Link til fiskeregler og litt info:
http://www.tyrifjorden-trolling.no/


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