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Iceland, 5˝ days
A typical brown trout
as smooth as...
Asger's last - again
Black Bead Nymph
Dry fly sneaker
Gale force casting
In the rain again
Nice sea trout
Nice sea trout about to be released
Rain and weed
Rods in place
Room with a view
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