GFF Summit 2007

Published Nov 27th 2007

A lot of pictures and not too much text from this year's GFF Summit


The following pictures were all taken during the GFF Summit 2007 held the 21st-23rd of September 2007 on Fyn in Denmark. The pictures were contributed by the participants, selected from more than 1,300 pictures. You can click on each for more details and credits.

The first day's fishing was in muddy water under windy and rainy conditions, but still the best day fishing wise.

The first day

Fishing started Friday for a few of us, but the Summit itself was Saturday and most of the Sunday.

More great fishing

The Firday was windy and rainy, but the rest of the Summit was held in perfect Indian summer September conditions.

Nice weather

There was plenty time for relaxing and chatting with fellow anglers. The group photo is here in full rez too.

A relaxing time

There was also plenty time and space for fishing.


Waist deep in the Danish ocean

The end was near, and people were slowly packing up and leaving.

Winding down

User comments
From: Bahman Atrforoush · bahmanatrforoush·at·  Link
Submitted February 1st 2009

Thank you very much for the very nice pictures.

From: Fredrik Odelberg · fredrik_odelberg·at·  Link
Submitted December 1st 2007

Kudos Martin! You really managed to capture the feeling and cover all areas, as Kai said.
Right now I'we been doing photoshop for 5hours for school and there's a storm outside with the rain bangning on the windows. No shit I'm longing back to "det gemytliga danmark" and the sunny days.

Expect me down as soon as spring's here!

From: Vanuz · vanuz·at·  Link
Submitted November 29th 2007

found, saved...cheers.

GFF staff comment
From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·  Link
Submitted November 29th 2007


The file and the link is already there. Search the page above for "full rez" and click the link!


From: Vanuz · vanuz·at·  Link
Submitted November 29th 2007

Any chance to get the group picture in full size for printing?

GFF staff comment
From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·  Link
Submitted November 28th 2007


We managed to get some done in South Africa with the help of good fishing friends! And they made their way to Denmark - but not to the web site... yet. I have to set up some way of payment before these babies can be sold online.


From: Mike Hogue · mhogue·at·  Link
Submitted November 28th 2007

It looks like some got a new Global Fly Fisher hat on........ I thought they were all gone.

From: Brian Elward · brian_elward·at·  Link
Submitted November 27th 2007

Great memories come back to mind. Hope to be fishing on the shores of Fyn again very soon. Sign me up for next year! :)

From: Kai Nolting · kai.nolting·at·  Link
Submitted November 27th 2007

Hello Martin,

Perfect gallery of pictures, showing all the important things of the summit: fishing, catching, chatting and relaxing + nice comments of the photos!

Great job (as usual)


From: Anette Hall · anettehall2000·at·  Link
Submitted November 25th 2007

Hi Martin,

Great photos. Thanks for doing it, it must be quite a job to look through 1300 pics.
I certainly enjoy looking back at a fantastic weekend.

Tight lines
Anette Hall

From: Frank Mueller · wortwoertlich·at·  Link
Submitted November 25th 2007

Hey Martin, I become twinkle in the eye when I see these nice gallery. Hope to be a part of GFF 2008! Regards, Frank

From: Anonymous  Link
Submitted November 24th 2007

Oh, Martin, what a great set of pictures.

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