Grayling trip 2002 - Global FlyFisher
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A small fish with a large appatite. This fish swallowed a large size 12 Klinkenhamer. The wing can barely be seen in its mouth.
A typical Danish stream meanders through the landscape. It is narrow, fairly peaty, deep and usually not wadable.
Horsetails virtually form small forrests on the soft and swampy ground certain places along the stream.
The Danish landscape is lush and green and along the streams the plant life is rich and beautiful. Not to mention its capabilities of eating fly lines!
Ready to roll
The rods beautifully aligned on the red car hood - ready for almost anything.
The Red Tag works on all fish! This small grayling could not withstand the final downstream sweep of the universal fly.
This small grayling fell for a wet fly fished with classical downstream sweep.
Asger trying to sneak in on some grayling in a sunny spot just outside the shadows. Sneaking or not - these fish were not enticed by his flies... or mine!
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