This is mostly about flyfishing and fly tying
You've stumbeled upon a Web-site that deals with fly fishing and fly tying.
The site was started a few years back in the stone age of the Internet - meaning the summer 1995. The pages were originally black-and-white only, but slowly grew with a Gallery with color pictures and lately (summer 1997) with a front page in color and all new pages in color too.
There are still piles of old B/W pages on the site - which BTW occupies close to 25 megabytes on the server. So there's a lot of stuff here.
I occasionally revise old pages, and some of them get some color additions. Many of them will remain B/W till the end of time, though.
Maximize your window size
These pages have been made so that they will fit most screens. I try to keep all pages narrower than 600 pixels. I still recommend that you maximize your browser window or use a window size that's 800 by 600 pixels or something like that. If you are working on a high rez 21" monitor, you might want a window that's not full screen.
I don't use frames anywhere. I don't hate them... I just don't like them much.
There are a lot of pictures on this Web-site. Many of them are in black and white (on purpose) and all pictures are kept as small and compact as possible. The obvious exceptions are the the Gallery or the Art flies | Fly art sections. If you are on a slow modem connection you might find it a bit on the heavy side, but I've tested it on my own 14,400 bps modem, and it's absolutely tolerable compared to many other sites.
This site is NOT under construction!
But... it will be constantly changing. No Web-site should ever be finished. One of the real benefits about publishing on the Web is that you can change your work whenever you like. And -- as the saying goes -- nothing is as old as old on-line infomation.
Some of web pages used to reside on Danica's Web-server which helped Fishing Denmark survice some hard times - thanks to the help and generousity of owner Gert Jensen.
If you have comments on the contents of these pages we'd be more than happy to listen to them.
Knæk og bræk!