On this trip we are fishing in Sweden for trout and arctic char. Fly fishing in Sweden is almost an annual tradition with the family and often it proves to be just the perfect fishing trip. And this trip didn’t … Continue reading
Hardy wraith on a first fly fishing day on this salmon fishing trip. Testing Hardy fly rods in action. If you know me don’t expect my Hardy fly rods Fly Rod Review video to be packed with fly rod … Continue reading
Fly fishing for grayling and trout in the Hossa National Park. If you’d like to fish in Finland then Hossa national park is a great option on the eastern boarder of Finland. Grayling are pretty active in the rainy fishing … Continue reading
Fishing for trout is one of my best fly fishing experiences. But how to catch trout and what kind of trout flies to use. My number one recommendation for fly fishing for trout is black nymph with heavy golden bead … Continue reading
On this episode my cousin catches her first ever fish on a fly. Yay! And it’s a grayling! I think it’s so cool how she caught her first ever fish on her first ever fishing trip. That’s fly fishing at … Continue reading
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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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This is not the first book I ever started writing. But it’s the first one I’ve finished.
My first book Hulahula Fly Fishing – Five Tall Tales is a story of a girl (that’s me) who decides to make fly fishing the center of her life, and to test can one make a living by fly fishing alone.
Hulahula Fly Fishing is a story of the eternal beginner of fly fishing with over twenty years of experience. A story of taking a leap to the world of small business owner. And a travel story, as the book takes you fly fishing in different parts of the world.
Maybe it is a modern ailment to want to be something, to be acknowledged, to find one’s passion and carve a career out of it. There is this pressure to make one’s everyday life into an adventure that keeps the adrenaline flowing. There is this need to earn one’s livelihood on one’s own terms, and derive meaning and satisfaction out of it.
Well, this story fits the above description. It is a story of abandoning conventional, safe, salaried work for entrepreneurship born out of ambition, passion and search for meaning.
And of course, this is a story about fly fishing.
The ebook in English is available on Amazon. Link: https://amzn.com/B015CYKWBA
My flyfishing trips to 5 very different locations around the world (South-Africa, Sweden, Japan, Finland and Iceland). And then it is a story how those travels turned me into a flyfishing freelancer first, and a flyfishing entrepreneur later.
PS. If you’ve ever wondered about writing about fly fishing, check out the blog post “The 7 steps to write about flyfishing. And publish that as an e-book“.