I don’t use strike indicators usually because I feel like it’s too much of a hassle to set it all up. And I’m not the most prepared one when I’m packing for a fishing trip, so usually I don’t have … Continue reading
When I’m fly casting it’s not unusual to have my fly stuck in a tree. At least for me this is a common problem. Do you have the same? If so, here’s a useful tip for that … Continue reading
Life in the tent camp continues. More wind. Plenty of wind actually, and little rain as well. But no biggie.
I test my skills as an animal trainer and try to teach the trick of all tricks to our dog. To pose for camera. (Yes, that is a very important skill for a dog, I know). That goes as you might guess.
We have some sashimi in the rain. That’s a riceless version of the Japanese sushi dish. Raw fish with soy sauce and wasabi. Yummy.
And then, a salmon is landed. A pretty awesome monster. And this time I didn’t miss it, I’m right there with my camera. You’ll have to watch the episode to see how it went.
Salmon fishing is pretty awesome in all of its roughness and grandness. This is the last day in this location. The Norway, Finnmark tour continues, but to the more mild conditions and towards other fish than salmon. But that will be on the next episode.
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Just think about yourself ready and confident to head out fishing. How awesome it will be to stand in your waders knee deep in the water holding that fly rod and feel the dream fish of yours fighting at the end of your line!
I’m really thrilled to open up the doors today for Fly School with Anni –online course!
We start on Monday 21st of March 2016
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I learned to fly fish before I can remember.
It all happened by spending the summers in the wilderness with our family. Just by doing and enjoying. Testing, learning, casting, catching and falling in love with fly fishing in the unbelievable places around amazing fishing waters.
I think that is the Royal Way to learn fly fishing, and I’m so thankful for getting that experience as a youngster. If you don’t have the opportunity to go together with someone who lowers the entry barrier. Or if you and your fishing pals don’t have knowledge where to go for some seriously awesome fishing. Then I have cool news for you. I want to give you the same opportunity that I’ve had.
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2. The second one is the attitude, at least in my book. And in my book, the attitude is called hulahula fly fishing.
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