Finally! A brand new video. Hope you like it. Cheers – H.
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Yes! At last, here are the two final episodes of Season Two. Enjoy!
Hi! In between fishing trips right now, trying to make the most out of the way-too-short summer above the arctic circle. As ususal, the fishing has had its ups and downs, with everything from huge hatches and big, steadily rising fish to weeks with gale force winds from the north and very crappy fishing. More… Read more »
Ahhh. Sometimes, life above the arctic circle is just so… good. Sunny weather, green fields, snowcapped mountains, and huge amounts of Ephemera vulgata mayflies hatching. What more can you ask for? I only caught one single fish today, but it was a really good one, a 2,4 kg (5,3 lb) wild brown trout on… Read more »
Went fishing yesterday, and it wash´t half bad. Autumn is underrated. I stumbled onto a huge hatch of Bibio pomonae in one of my favorite rivers, and found a couple of really good fish that could´t resist the juicy black bugs, gulping them down at a steady pace. Here are some screenshots from the video… Read more »
We´re terribly sorry, but – surprise – the release of Season One on DVD is delayed… Our best estimate as of tonight is three or four weeks from now. We´ll get back to you with the exact release date very soon. The whole thing is done (and we´re pretty excited about how it turned out,… Read more »
We all hate it when beautiful, untouched waters are ruined by hydroelectric powerplants. But too few of us try to do something to prevent it. The other day, I stumbled upon this video from 2007 featuring the great Icelandic rock band Sigur Ros. Protesting against the building of an enormous dam project called the Kárahnjúkar… Read more »
Ahhh! Friday, and another selection of previously unseen footage from the secret J&FF archives! Here we go:
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 »
…it is! Today, I´d like to share some impressions and images from this year´s huge Bibio pomonae feast, or at least my part of it. It took place somewhere in the mountains of Nordkalotten, the vast, sparsely populated area that covers the northern parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland and northwestern Russia. This is where I´ve… Read more »