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Default Superb article about the River Tana as a fishery

http://www.tenojoki.fi/tenopaasivut/...208%5B1%5D.pdf
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Default The Utsjoki River - Tana River tributary



This is where the Utsjoki river joins the Tana.
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Another fine tana tributary
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Default The Anarjohka River a major tributary of the Tana



The Anarjohka River a major tributary of the Tana and a border crossing between Finland and Norway. Near the town of Karasjok.
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Default The Karasjohka River at Karasjok



When this river meets the Anarjohka a few miles downstream of Karasjok the Tana river is formed.
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Default The Jiesjohka river tributary of the Karasjohka

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Default Karasjohka River tributary of the Tana River



The Karasjohka is joined by the Jeissohka river a few miles upstream of Karasjok. A few miles below Karasjok the Anarjohka river also meets and the true "Tana" River is formed.
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