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Fly fishing pics submitted by Marck Hviid Borning
My first seatrout big enough to keep, nightfishing of the northen shores of the danish island Sealand near the village of Liseleje.
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Early april seatrout taken on the south end of the Danish island Samsoe, both taken on the fly called: Jorgens Demon
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