Posted: Sat Dec 23, 2006 11:58 pm Post subject: Rodney....
Be sure that Iam jealousy!!! Because in our country, in my country we havent fish like you have!! We´ve a lot of nice graylink and trouts streams, but trout season is to short or during floods is impossible to fish there so we´ve to fish for another like pike, asp, perch, zander and a lot more.... Ill send you pictures if you want....
And by the way.....iam gonna do it again
Sorry for quality,Ill make better, but firstly Ive to tie them...
Hey vanuz, Merry Christmas. We just figured out our plans in the upcoming days tonight. My 27th is mostly free, girlfriend is going to the movies. If you would like to go to Ishøj or Tryggevælde River and would like some company, I can join you. If you cannot head out, that's ok too, another day is fine too since it looks like Denmark decides to remain tropical this winter. Anyways, fire me an email if you are available and interested. email@example.com
After getting some errands done on Saturday, I convinced Nina to go to Tryggevælde River for a quick outing. We did ok, the world's smallest pike decided to grab my fly. Nina landed a perch on the spinner. I finished the day off with a sea trout that apparently found my perch fly very appealing. In addition, I managed to lose a mysterious fish on the spinner.
Interesting looking flies Dada, would love to see more. Where I come from, anglers are definitely quite spoiled and unaware of how lucky we are compared to anglers in other parts of the world. In the Pacific Northwest, our fishing season is basically 365 days of the year, with up to ten different salmonid species available. Here in Denmark, although salmonid species are not as diverse and abundant, I enjoy the hunting aspect of exploring species in different fish families. My initial attitude towards predatory coarse fish such as northern pike and perch is that one only needs to drop the presentation in the water and reel in a fish. That has since changed after not being able to produce from time to time. _________________ Rodney Hsu
Webmaster, Fishing with Rod firstname.lastname@example.org
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Posted: Mon Dec 25, 2006 6:43 pm Post subject: Rodney...
I deffinintly know, what you mean. I had(may be have) same idea. But at summer Ive been in Costa Rica for a couple of months, where I staid with fishing guide and I fished for a lot of fish spieces which Ive never seen before!! But after three months I was like....Ohh my small graylinks, trouts.. Deam my river infront of cottage... And now I am just looking forward for next season!!!
It isnt mean that Iam not gonna visit any other country!! Ive a lot of plans(Canada included ). But for next year iam gonna fish a guide just in my country(just two short trips to Turkey and Bosnia). In Czech we ve sentence it means somethink like a "everywhere is fine but at home is famous". And thats exactly means what I feel write now...
Merry christmas and happy new year
And sorry for my english Iam trying to do my best ...
Hiya all, I am back in Vancouver once again, sorry to those who I haven't been staying in touch with email. Vanuz and I were able to get together just after Christmas for a day of fishing, we managed to find some perch. My last catch of the day turned out to be the largest perch I've encountered so far. I cheated a bit though, with a spinner. Vanuz was able to get a few on the fly, but they were a bit smaller than that.
Anyways, January fishing in Denmark was a bust, as record rainfall kept us inside the apartment most of the time. We managed to do something fish related in the end, we visited Øresund Aquarium in Helsingør.
I´ve checked Trygg last week, the "soup" was rather muddy and full of grass of any kind. Few small piked saw the shore, but otherwise it was a dismal. No giant perch around, no trouts...
The place was nearly empty, just a bunch of idiots running around and taking 30cm pikes home spoilt the atmosphere
I hardly drove home ´cos my eyes got swollen and grew to the size of tabletennis balls ( ) as I suffer from hay-fever
Too bad Vanuz, you should have gone to Trygg about 6 weeks earlier. If I remember correctly, Nina and I were there on May 12th last year and the big pikes were boiling on the surface everywhere. This time of the year it's pretty slow (that's probably why the day card is so cheap ).
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