Published Aug 8. 2014 - 5 years ago
Updated or edited Oct 13. 2018

Mountain Brownies - Fly Fishing for Big Brown Trout

In this episode of FLY TV, Niklaus Bauer and Daniel Bergman travel with helicopter far out to the Ammarnäs mountains together with their guide Ulf Johansson from Ammarnäs Fishing Centre on a trout fly fishing journey. Their quest is to catch big brown trouts in a small mountain lake where extremely few people fish each year. Due to the hot weather they also bring two belly boats to be able to seek the fish in the deeper parts of the lake, where the water is a little cooler and where probably no one else has ever fly fished before...

They start out with streamers and sinking lines and later in the afternoon they try out the dry fly fishing. They also try to catch the big predatory trouts on mouse and lemming imitations in the surface and when the first brownie take the lemming as if there were no tomorrow, the joy is complete…

For more information about the fishing in these lakes:
http://www.ammarnasfishing.com

Note that there are English subtitles that can be automatically translated to any language (if you're watching on the computer or in the YouTube app).

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