My little video from last year, Focus, was one of the nominees for the Italian short film contest Tellmefishing. This Monday, I was happy to receive this mail: The jury panel has been very satisfied with the videos received on the occasion of the first edition of Tellmefishing Video Contest and has decided to give,… Read more »
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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!
Me and my brother-in-law had a spontaneous trip to Norway for a week ago. We took the car from Gothenburg, Sweden, headed against Norway and drove as far as we could in one evening. Then we rented a cabin and went fishing, drove around and enjoyed the always-so-stunning Norwegian scenery. If you haven’t been on… Read more »
I just got this mail from Håvard, who is up in Northern Norway. He seems to be having a good time… I’m looking forwad to seeing his pics & video from this trip! It´s so magical up here now! The sun is shining through my window as i write this. It´s midnight. I was just… Read more »
Catch & Release or Kill it & Leave it? That’s today’s question. Animation by Eben McCue.
Here are some more pictures taken this summer when we were perfecting the new Shadow Cast™. We are showing a video about how to do it tomorrow. Stay tuned! -Tapani Photos: Roger Bråthen © 2010
Here’s a novel that might be of interest to all you fishermen out there (and everyone who likes an entertaining book). Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, by Paul Torday, is a comedy about a project to plant salmon in the desert wadis (rain season streams) of the Yemen. The project, run by a rich Yemeni… Read more »
Hi I’m just finishing my packing for the expedition we are going to make with the JFF team. The destination is far up north, about as far as you can get in Europe. Tomorrow I will travel to Kiruna in northern Sweden where I’ll catch up with the other guys. Then we drive further up… Read more »
As you may have noticed, we added a Gallery tab to the JFF site. It’s still a bit under construction but there are already over 250 pictures covering last summer’s experiences! We’re also making the site more communicative to visitors and networkers. These improvements will be just a small step on a way to total… Read more »
1. This month has been pretty busy with lots of gigs around Sweden. I’ve been touring with Anna Lundqvist Quartet on a CD release tour, and this week we had a couple of gigs with Anders Hagberg’s new quartet. Anders is a Swedish flute/sax giant who masters an incredible amount of different wind instruments. He… Read more »