The Patience Game

A good angler has patience

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This foggy November day I'm out scouting for rainbows, and even though the podcast starts out with no real subject, it turns into a podcast about patience.

And I play the patience game with the fish that aren't there. I finally manage to find a school of small fish.

My good friend Nils, who joined me that day, proves that the fish were there. While I was just around a bend fishing, he caught a huge rainbow - probably weighing in at 10-12 lbs or 5-6 kilos and measuring a whopping 65 centimeters or some 25 inches. I only saw the picture but it must have been fun to land on a 5 wt!

Images for this day's podcast
Foggy Danish coast - Who can complain about fishing in a place like this? Even without fish...
Foggy Danish coast
A garden!? - Yes, this is the lawn in front of a house - flooded during high water and hard winds.
A garden!?
Sunrise a l\'orange - Nice to unpack to
Sunrise a l'orange
Quiet - And in more than one sense.
At 3 in the afternoon - It\'s November and the sun is already setting
At 3 in the afternoon
A telltale sign - The rounded tail is the sign of a hatchery or sea farm rainbow. they bite each other\'s tails
A telltale sign
Not big - But a nice and strong fish anyway
Not big
The reason - This fish caught by my good friend Nils shows why we go hunting for these rainbows! It\'s well worth the wait. This was caught quite close to the shore.
The reason

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Published November 24th 2007
Duration 50 minutes and 05 seconds
File size 45.89 Mb

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