Published Jan 29. 2006 - 14 years ago
Updated or edited Oct 3. 2015

A winter walk

Since the winter has covered most of the coastal water with ice here in the Baltic and fishing is near impossible, I have taken a walk in an area near Copenhagen, where a stream usually attracts large sea trout during the winter. It's no spawning stream and there's no fishing in the stream, but as you will hear, the place is interesting, and fish will gather here to find fresh water to help them tolerate the cold saltwater in the ocean.
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Fish! ...from last year, that is...

Fish! ...from last year, that is...

Frozen stream

Frozen stream

Sluice and grid

Sluice and grid

No fishing

No fishing

Heron

Heron

The sluice

The sluice
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Martin, Your seco...

Martin,

Your second podcast was soooo cool. Sitting in the evening in Southern California, listening to your descriptions, brings up memories of my Baltic Sea days!

Keep up the good work, it might not always be perfect, but it is different and makes my time spent on your website worthwhile.

Tight Lines

Matthias

Dear Martin, I like...

Dear Martin,
I like the Podcasting very much. I listen to it on my computer with the pictures in front of me. I live in Holland (in the north province Friesland) And also here is every small water frozen. Although we haven't much trout in this area, I like to fish for roach with the flyrod.

Greetings,
Hendrik (age 57 jr)

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