First GFF podcast ever

Join GFF partner Martin Joergensen on the Danish coast on a cold January day

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This first ever GFF podcast takes you with me--GFF partner Martin Joergensen--to the Danish coast on a cold January day.

Listen to the waves. Meet my dog Divus and hear me tell you why it might be a very silly idea to go fishing for sea run brown trout in water, which is almost freezing.

Images for this day's podcast
Recording the first podcast - This picture was taken just after I recorded the first bit of the very first GFF podcast. The recorder is a Norwegian Asono mp3-player.
Recording the first podcast
Beautiful spot - As Jens—the photoghrapher—wrote in his original caption: \
Beautiful spot
Divus, the sheltie - My dog Divus always goes fishing with me. He\'s a sheltie—a Shetland sheepdog—a bright and quite well behaved dog.
Divus, the sheltie
Sundown - Quite a setting to fish, huh? No reason to complain about that!
A Bloodnose Magnus - One of the flies I fished to no avail, a Bloodnosed Magnus, which Jens gave me.
A Bloodnose Magnus
Relaxing - Yes, it is possible to relax and be comfortable even thoug the air temperature is just around the freezing point and it\'s both overcast and windy. This is me and Divus taking a break.

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Published January 16th 2006
Duration 21 minutes and 11 seconds
File size 18.03 Mb

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