The Norwegian magazine Fluefiske 2011 comes out once a year. It´s a real high quality publication, with interesting articles written by interesting people. This year, there´s an article written by none other than J&FF´s Fredrik Hamrå! Now that´s interesting! For those of you who aren´t able to read Norwegian, there are two alternatives: 1. Learn… Read more »
Monthly Archives: May 2011
If you think jazz and fly fishing is a strange combination (that you dig for some reason), you should see this: The Fiddle and Creel, a blog about bluegrass and fly fishing! Described with their own words: Life at the intersection of Bluegrass and Fly Fishing.
Early in the morning, while the other guys were fast asleep, I snuck out of the tipi. In the arctic mountain lake just outside our tipi, there was a huge mayfly hatch going, and a large brown trout was having an early morning feast. It took my fly on the very first cast, and I… Read more »
A couple of days ago we had a very slow day. Me and a bunch of friends hired two boats and brought food, some wine, rods and a lot of other stuff. I made some cast, got one perch, lost it (a bird stole the fish) and spend the rest of the day with my… Read more »
Since we have had so much hard time finding the trout lately, I thought it would be a good idea to remind ourselves what it looks like. Here’s one from Bardu, Norway. Music by Jazz & Fly Fishing.