Cold but no ice

A foggy February day turns in to a perfectly beautiful sunny day. But no fish want to play.

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Martin Joergensen

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On the third GFF podcast takes you can once again go with GFF partner Martin Joergensen to the Danish coast. The day starts out cold and a bit miserable, but apart from the lack of fish it actually turns into a very nice fishing day.

Martin talks about fishing deep and snagging, loosing flies in the backcast and wading on rocks. He also reveals subjects of some of many upcoming articles on The Global FlyFisher.

Images for this day's podcast
Dull day - The day started out dull and boring. But man, that changed later on!
Dull day
Sunny coast - As soon as the sun came out everything looked extremely beautiful.
Sunny coast
The scene - The scene for a macro photo of a winter fly. Has it all: snow, gear, fly, view and good light.
The scene
The result: a Glitter Shrimp - The perfect winter fly in a perfect winter setting. By going low I managed to get the coast visible in the background.
The result: a Glitter Shrimp
Intelligent life on Earth? - The sun makes me squint and look more than stupid. It\'s you there on my collar in the form af my podcast recording mike.
Intelligent life on Earth?
Breakthrough! - The sun is doing its best to break the clouds
Dog and bone - Divus found a bone on the beach, which he spent long hours chewing, burrying and digging up again. Yes, in those rocks!
Dog and bone
Clouds - When the sun set, clouds started forming and it immediately got very cold.

The flies that didn't catch anything that day:

  • Moyerfokker
  • Une Création
  • Simple Glitter Shrimp
  • Bloodnosed Polar Magnus

    Published February 4th 2006
    Duration 51 minutes and 21 seconds
    File size 47.04 Mb

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