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Getting up to see the sun rise

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Martin Joergensen

This episode
A podcast recorded on a quiet October morning on the Danish coast where I, GFF partner Martin Joergensen, talk about getting up early - advantages and drawbacks - porpoises, rainbows in the ocean and a lot of other things of course.

I managed to get out again after his meeting and did even catch fish later that day.

Images for this day's podcast
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Sunrise - It\'s always nice to see the sun come up
Sunrise
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All alone - The whole beach to myself
All alone
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Porpoises - This is as much as you get to see of them
Porpoises
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Later the same day - A really nice fish before I went home
Later the same day
 

Facts
Published December 7th 2006
Duration 34 minutes and 03 seconds
File size 31.21 Mb

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User comments
From: Matthias Kaul · ukaul1·at·cox.net  Link
Submitted December 14th 2006

Martin,

Yes, the ambience carried over, no doubt.

Cheers

Matthias


GFF staff comment
From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted December 13th 2006

Mattthias,

Thanks! It was a nice, calm and very soothing morning. Hope some of the ambience carried over.

Martin


From: Matthias Kaul · ukaul1·at·cox.net  Link
Submitted December 13th 2006

Martin,

I really enjoyed this podcast. So relaxed....

Thanks for the good work.

Matthias



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