I was at the Swiss Alps last week skiing down the beautiful mountains. Saw some nice rivers from the train… wonder if there would be any fish there? I tried the stitching technique for these landscapes. 550D, Canon 50mm f/1.4.
Monthly Archives: January 2012
Now’s the time for the annual Gothenburg International Film Festival! The intense eleven days will see the screening of 429 films from 80 countries, more than 40 seminars as well as parties, clubs, music, food and exhibitions. The Grande Finale, the ending party is on Saturday Febryary 4th at a hip club called Yaki-Da. It’s… Read more »
One of our favorite online fishing magazines, Blood Knot Magazine, has released their 2nd annual Blogger Issue. This mag is packed with feature articles and fantastic photos from around the world. Excellent winter reading! We are also proud to be contributing writers on this one. Enjoy!
A short edit from our tour in Poland, September 2011 Music: Jazz & Fly Fishing Thanks: Ranjit Prasad at Saraswati Studios, Igor Glinda at Tartak Fly Fishing Centre, Kuba Standera at Sztuka Lowienia, Peter, Thomas, and all the other beautiful people that helped us out and made our stay in Poland so memorable. We´re coming… Read more »
Russia´s far east has always fascinated me. The vastness and remoteness of this enormous area makes Scandinavia´s deepest wilderness seem like an urban park. And there is fish there, too: lots of weird and beautiful salmonid species, many of them unique to the area, as well as other interesting species. And there is very little… Read more »
Fish soup! If you fish in areas that holds a lot of wild fish it doesn´t harm to every now and then keep one fellow. When that happens, this recipe can be a good choice! If you have a lot of energy you can bake twisted baguettes at the same time. If you have even… Read more »
This spectacular video was brought to my attention by the great Swedish photographer and flyfisherman Knotan. Be sure check out Knotan´s site, and enjoy the video!
As a longtime friend of Fredrik – the creative genius, drummer and flyfisherman of J&FF – I know that the subject of food is of utter importance. Whereas most people have probably been through the following stages, I will use Fredrik as an example, partly because he’s a nice guy that loves eating, and also… Read more »
Winter is not fun. Sure, it has its moments: I like skiing, both downhill and cross country, but the Nordic winters are so long it´s ridiculous. Some people have more sense than others, and head for the southern hemisphere. Spending February in New Zealand doesn´t sound too shabby, but alas, that´s not gonna happen this… Read more »
2012 it is! Several storms have passed over Sweden the last couple of months and the days are short. In the area around Gothenburg, the weather has been very gray and wet. Very boring simply said. Yesterday Joona and me went on the first fishing trip of the year and we actually had great luck… Read more »