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

Line-snaggers

Line-snaggers

Spring is here

Spring is here
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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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