I had to pinch my arm twice, check out it wasn’t 1st of April, and run a virus control on my computer when I saw this headline on the Finnish news: Katri Helena took place in the womens’ fly fishing championships in Finland. For any Finn, Katri Helena is the face of adult oriented schlager… Read more »
Monthly Archives: August 2012
Greetings. Here´s an excellent review of Season One from the latest issue of Norwegian jazz magazine Jazznytt: For those of you who aren´t fortunate enough to be able to read Norwegian, I can decipher a couple of lines: “Spending a long time on the road will do something to a jazz band, and the group… Read more »
Day 2 (cliffhanger.. ) 07:00 Woke up when I fell down from the bed. My head landed on one of the stones. Tried to laugh but it wasn’t too easy. Something felt wrong. Something.. A creature was moving around close to me. Outside the boat house I suddenly found myself staring at a.. to be continued….. Read more »
This summer I had a very strong need of having “some privacy”. With privacy I mean fly fishing of course, but also time on my own. Since I wasn’t able to join the other guys on their long expedition earlier this summer, I made a solo trip. Here is a short version of the six… Read more »
Hi! While Håvard is out on his top-secret-gigantic-trout-spot fishing trip and we’re waiting for Fredrik’s report from his one-man-one-week-extreme-survival trip I’ll post some black & white photos from the other, more down to earth trips this summer.
Hellau! Just back from the mountains after a half-day fishing trip. I was hoping to get some solo-filming done, but it was a little bit too windy up there – you need perfect conditions to make the solo-filming thing work. Still, the fishing was pretty good, and I caught 7 good brownies and arctic char… Read more »
Hi! Still up north. Still fishing, taking photos and filming, trying to squeeze as much blog material as possible out of the way-too-short subarctic summer. I´ve had some really good fishing sessions during the last weeks, catching several good fish and even a couple of big ones on the dry fly. The high-jumping trout on… Read more »