I was out filming in central Oslo with Lars Nilssen from LarsogLars.no yesterday evening, and we uncovered some incredible secrets, hidden just in front of our noses.
The place where I caught this fish lies a few hundred meters from my appartement, and it doesn´t show up on any map or aerial photo. It´s actually true. Film coming up on VGTV, I´ll let you know when!
PS! The mystery behind the big urban rainbow will be unveiled and we´ll show an exclusive sneak preview of our brand new J&FF Season Two material at Sherpa Distribution´s big fly fishing party at Månefisken, Oslo on friday. More on this later…
nice trout indeed, but no sunglasses … looks quite strange
Best regards from Berlin – Thomas
Well, I tried wearing sunglasses, but it was a bit too dark, so I had to skip them this time;)
Can I see the tail, please!?
Nice work Havard, nothing beats finding a new undiscovered fishing location full of monsters. I have just found one myself, a small resavoir high up in the fells. I think it was built for the local lead mines which are now no longer in use. Some how it has a population of big trout, I think they must have found there way in from the feeder stream. Now all I have to do is wait till next season to try and catch one 😀
The tail… please Håvard… let me take a look at it…
Fredrik: It is very hard, if not impossible, for me to show you the tail of the fish. Reasons:
1. It is a picture. A still photo. There is nothing I can do about that picture that will make the tail of the fish visible. And as far as I know, this is the only existing photo of that fish.
2. The fish is presumably still alive (I released after the catch). Since I am currently in Oslo, and I´m guessing that you are either in Gothenburg or on tour somewhere, but not in Oslo, it´s going to be really, really hard for me to show you the actual fish. If you came here to look for the fish we might be able to do it, but finding and catching the same fish again would still be a major problem.
Graham: sounds really exciting. Keep us posted!