Posts Tagged: summer

Limbo

┬áRight now, the short arctic autumn is rapidly turning into winter. Which is a good thing, really: The last couple of weeks have been a kind a limbo – no fly fishing and no skiing, just grey, wet, cold and dark. Late autumn is always messy, even the travelling and touring feels muddy and cold…. Read more »

Fall, Thy Name Is Melancholy

Today, I started going through my photos from this summer. The summers in Lapland are just so desperately short, and it breaks my heart that the next season up there is well over half a year away. Amidst all the pictures from this summer┬┤s more successful fishing trips, I found some pictures that puzzled me… Read more »

Slow day with friends on the lake

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 »

Christmas, gifts and summer

Very soon it is, as you all may have heard of, christmas eve again. We will give to you, from us, a very nice christmas song! But that is not all. We will also make a music video. It will be done very soon… hopefully on thursday! Now, about christmas-gifts and all the stress about… Read more »

Things happening – mostly Jazz and Fly Fishing

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 »

Koski-style

After fabulous fishing in the northernmost parts of Scandinavia our minds were relaxed and our senses focused. The days by calm streams and lakes in the North were filled by fishing for rising fish and sight fishing. Real slow fishing I would say; no rushing around, no fast movements that could spook the shy Northern… Read more »