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GFF Summit 2006


The first Global FlyFisher Conclave

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Martin Joergensen

This episode
A collection of sound bits from the first Global FlyFisher Summit held on the Danish Island Fyn in September 2006.

We managed to gather quite a few nationalities and had a great time fishing for sea trout in the ocean. And plenty fish were caught too... but as usual not while recording.

Images for this day's podcast
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The group - This is the group photo taken on a (very) small pier used to dock the local ferry
The group
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The picture show - Gathered in front of the screen to watch the day\'s harvest of digital pictures
The picture show
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Jesper - Jesper caught this really beautiful fish
Jesper
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Les into a fish - Les had his first sea trout under full control
Les into a fish
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Releasing - All the fish caught during the summit were released. Most were colored, a sign that they were ready to go spawning like this one.
Releasing
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Crowded? No! - In spite of the fact that we were 16 anglers fishing together, we could easily spread out along the coast, and when the people fishing this close to you are someone you know, it\\\'s usually not a problem. Any other day this would be too much.
Crowded? No!
 

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More on the Summit

Facts
Published October 30th 2006
Duration 33 minutes and 11 seconds
File size 30.42 Mb

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