Autumn Gallery


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A bright fish - Branislav Ondrejka with a nice, bright fish in the keeper range. If you want to keep a fish, this is what you want
A bright fish
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A rainbow - In the autumn we will often see escaped hatchery trout on the coast
A rainbow
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Almost a stream fish - Many coastal sea trout look more like stream brown trout when spawning season approaches
Almost a stream fish
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Almost bright - Henning Eskol with a fish that barely has a touch of autumn colors
Almost bright
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Autumn beauty - The fish that is... Paul Kalbrenner with a very nice autumn fish.
Autumn beauty
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Autumn leaves - The landscapes are generally beautiful on an early autumn morning
Autumn leaves
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Back again - It\\\'s good karma to let the colored fish go back. They deserve to spawn and are not good to eat anyway
Back again
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Butterfish - Many autum sea trout just have a slight yellow touch on the belly like this one caught by Steve Wade
Butterfish
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Calm but choppy - The shallow, coastal water is slightly choppy, but still very fishable and sure does look inviting on this September day.
Calm but choppy
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Chorme - When you catch a bright fish, there\\\'s no doubt. Henning Eskol\\\'s fish is bright as silver and has loose scales. It\\\'s not a spawner
Chorme
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Even into December - Sometimes the season will stretch into November and September with mild and sunny days. This shot is from December 31st!
Even into December
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Fading - The forest is slowly fading. It\\\'s still green, but has a hue of brown and red blended into the greens
Fading
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Happy me - Yet another autumn fish has taken my fly
Happy me
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Hard to complain - September and October can often offer meny beauties like this one
Hard to complain
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Hefty fish - Mullet are both large and strong, like this specimen caught by Henning Eskol
Hefty fish
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Jumpers - Fish often jump in the autumn - both hooked and unhooked. They seem to be much stronger and more engergetic this time of year
Jumpers
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Leathery - A very brown sea trout, probably only days from entering the stream to spawn. This one was caught in very shallow water on an October day.
Leathery
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Long shadows - The sun is low, but is still nice and warm - as is the sight of a stretch of coast like this
Long shadows
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Mullet! - In the late season you can also bump into mullet in the Baltic. They can be very challenging to catch, but having a bright green mullet fly in your box won\\\'t do any harm
Mullet!
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Other autumn joys - These blackberries are juts one of the many other thing you can ejoy during the late season. Rasbarries, apples, plums and many other wild fruits will be ripe and ready to eat
Other autumn joys
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Perfect conditions - Just as you want it: waves and commotion, but the water is still clear
Perfect conditions
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Stay dry - Don\\\'t wade in too far. Deep wading is not needed, and can actually be dumb to do. Here Ripley Davenport fishes the water very close to the beach
Stay dry
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Tannish - Jari Wiklund showing a tannish autumn fish, but still distinctly colored and not bright
Tannish
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The landing phase - You can usually beach the fish without harming them. Autumn fish are very robust and prepared for the hardships of the spawning run.
The landing phase