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Seven days of fishing in Lapland.
Seven days of frustration during the hunt for nonrising and insanely easily spooked trout.
This edit is in noway representative for our feelings during that week. You have probably seen it before. A classic mashup of success. Every happy moment that ends with a smile in this film, is a result of hours waiting for rising trout and bad casting spooking them. Still, there aint any life better than the "Good Life Of Flyfishing".

Beetles & Mayflies

In southern Sweden, the peak of dryfly fishing is in June and the big Ephemera Danica is on the trout's menu. However, in our narrow minds, it took us some time to understand that the trouts are both lazy and efficient creatures that sometimes want another snack

Patience Is The Key

After driving like mad, gearing up in seconds and running down to the river, you often find yourself in a weird state of excitement, hallucinating about placing your fly perfectly over a frequently rising fish. This scenario often takes place in our heads, but in reality you almost always have to wait and wait and wait, it takes a little patience. And wait some more.


They were crashing into our windscreen. They laid dead in huge numbers and smelled like eggfart by the lakeside. But they where also coming down the river and made the trout rise. There we fell in love with the redstockingsbug.

Red Fever

Arctic char, the most beautiful fish of the swedish mountains! But for sure not the strongest. Once you've felt the charasterictic wiggeling of a hooked arctic char, you will appreciate a fastrunning trout even more.