Published Feb 8. 2007

And in English

There are plans to translate the DVD's I mentioned

After having mailed with Niels Vestergaard - the man behind the DVD's I mentioned a few days back - I can confirm that there will probably be a translated (or at least subtitled) version in English... and maybe German. That will enable our international visitors with interest in sea trout fishing to understand what is being said. The video seems to talk for itself, but it's of course always good to be able to follow narration and dialogue. I have a set of these DVD's coming my way, and I will tell you what I think about them in detail as soon as I get a chance to see them. Underwater footage of fish is always interesting and a learning experience, and both these DVD's and Wendell 'Ozzie' Ozefovich's "The Underwater World of Trout" as well as a recently released Icelandic DVD about salmon fishing show us in much more detail than usual how fish behave when the feed and when we fish for them. There is a lot to be learned here.


Hi Martin, do you know any Danish internet shop which is run in English language to? I would like to buy this DVD but I am not able to do it because I do not really speak Danish:-) Thanks

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This is the pattern description more or less directly translated (but also shortened):

Clamworm - two hooks

This excellent clamworm imitation is a fly used a lot by Claus Eriksen (Danish fly angler and known from the shop Go Fishing and appearing on the Salar DVD's, ed.).

Hooks: Two short-shank saltwater hooks size 6
Body: Brown Cactus Chenille size large
Tail: Brown marabou
Head: Tungsten bead

Mount a tungsten bead on the front hook
Connect the two hooks with a piece of 0.17 millimeters Fireline (braided spinning line)
Three pieces of Chenille is then braided around the hooks and the Fireline.

I guess that they omitted the tying of the tail, which is not mentioned. I would tie that on the rear hook before connecting the two with the Fireline. I also guess that brown thread would be the color of choice.


HI MARTIN , This fly fishing DVD is superb. There is a unusual fly in this DVD, a kind of tandem wooly bugger style. I went to salar home page and there is the pattern in the fishing tip pages. However, I don't understand the descriptive fly tying steps ( it is in Danish language) of the fly. Could you, please, translate the pattern for us, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time,

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