Anticipation and disappointment is a part of fishing - looking forward to the catch that never comes

Your download should begin in a few seconds

Launch the file
(34.63 Mb)
Download file
GFF Podcasts

Your host
Martin Joergensen

This episode
Another podcast! My new recorder has been doing overtime, and I have been fortunate enough to get out enough and have time to record. I'm still struggling with the wind here - both when casting and when recording. So on this podcast you will have quite a bit of noise from the wind - and from my clothes because I'm trying to shelter the microphone - and from my stomach because I'm hungry! How many podcasts have you heard with stomach growling recorded?
And oh yes: there's also a fish being caught on this podcast. That doesn't happen too often.

Images for this day's podcast
A nice sea trout - On the way back into its right element
A nice sea trout
Colored male - In the autumn many fish are colored - typically brown or gray - as a sign of their preparation for the spawning run. Such fish are immediately released.
Colored male
Another podcast fish - The fish that was caught on both hook and sound recording
Another podcast fish
One of Henning\'s fish - Henning had a couple of nice fish and many takes in a period of 15-30 minutes.
One of Henning's fish
Under the arc - My rod with a fish on it frames Henning in the background
Under the arc
Splash! - This release cost me a very wet lens.

Further interesting stuff here

Published October 23rd 2007
Duration 37 minutes and 49 seconds
File size 34.63 Mb

Further info

Want to comment this page? Fill out the form below.
Only comments
in English
are accepted!

Comentarios en Ingles
solamente, por favor!

Your name Your email
Anonymize my information. Name and email will not be shown with comment.
Notify me on new comments to this article on the above email-address.
You don't have to comment to start or stop notifications.

All comments will be screened by the GFF staff before publication.
No HTML, images, ads or links, please - we do not publish such comments...
And only English language comments will be published.
Name and email is optional but recommended.
The email will be shown in a disguised form in the final comment to protect you against spam
You can see other public comments on this page