Spring in Denmark 2002 - Global FlyFisher

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Spring in Denmark 2002
All 18 pictures from the spring in Denmark 2002



A stream
A stream
A small stream covers its last bit over the beach before reaching the ocean. Many of these streams run quite a stretch along the shoreline before breaking into the ocean.
Beetle tracks
Beetle tracks
Beetles have burrowed tracks under the bark of a trunk on the beach. The pattern is fascinating and beautiful and covers all of the wood under the bark.
Charles
Charles
Charles of Kudos Rods challenging the Danish gales with one of his own products.
Charles' fish
Charles' fish
Charles did actually catch several fish - both cod and trout. But none were much larger than this one.
Double haul
Double haul
Henning knows how to double haul - a must if you want to overcome wind and distance on the Danish coast.
Frede
Frede
The Grey Frede is a killer. Here it is ready for action on Kasper's Lamson LiteSpeed reel.
Full house
Full house
Five nice fish from an afternoon of fine fishing in a school that returned several times to the same spot. These are perfect for the smoking oven. Like candy on the tongue.
Hands
Hands
Hands, rod, reel and line. It is such a common sight we tend to forget how nice it really dows look.
Henning in the spring
Henning in the spring
Henning casts on the coast. In spite of the spring sun it is bitterly cold.
In control
In control
Henning with a nice - but not large - rainbow. He obviously has total control of the fish.
In control - not any more!
In control - not any more!
Henning looks somewhat befuddled as the same small rainbow decides to take one last leap for freedom. And yes... the fly does hang next to him right under the fish!
John
John
John with the hood down for a photo. The minute after it was up again to shelter for the harsh wind.
Kasper in the fog
Kasper in the fog
Kasper in the fog. The sun comes and goes and slowly warms up the air - and the water.
Simon
Simon
Simon tries the Danish waters
Spring fog
Spring fog
Foggy mornings are often the result on a sunny spring day. Warm air meets cold water and the mist will be visibly forming over the water, covering the whole coastline. It usually burns off before noon.
Sunny bay
Sunny bay
It looks mild and nice, but it is both windy and cold.
Three brits
Three brits
Simon, Charles and John came over for some mild spring fishing but was met with north-western gales, rain and no fish.
Thunder Creek
Thunder Creek
A chewed Thunder Creek - even good for sea run browns



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