Published May 7. 2006 - 15 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 14. 2020

First podcast fish

For the first time in the history of the GFF podcasts, I manage to hook and land a fish. And a good one too! During a trip to Sweden I succeeded in bringing about ten fish to hand, and I thought that this would be the right time to plan for a recording of a fish being landed. And sure enough. It worked. The last 10 minutes of this recording documents the hooking, fight, landing and release of a 75 cm (30 inches) Swedish sea trout. There is a bit of Helter-Skelter during the landing where my friend Kasper comes to take pictures and help. Some Danish is spoken too, but everything is there for you to enjoy.
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Podast fight

Podast fight

First podcast fish

First podcast fish



Spring is here

Spring is here


loved it loved it lo...

loved it loved it loved it.The wind noise was not a problem it just made me feel like i was standing there beside you,also with your commentry i could feel that anticipation of a pull on the fly at any moment,and, when it came could visualise and feel that excitement of a good fish on the end of your line.EXCELLENT

Just wanted to congr...

Just wanted to congratulate you on your wonderful website and particularly your podcasts. I don't get to fish as much as I would like to and listening to one of your podcasts on the bus on the way to work is a great distraction from the rigours of urban life. Congratulations to your team and keep up the good work. Many Thanks.


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