Published Sep 25. 2018 - 5 years ago

Salmon Fishing with Two-Handed Rods

In this episode of FLY TV, we get to follow Antti Guttorm in Northern Norway when he fish for big salmon with two-handed rods. He will fish for fresh fish when the water level is high and during the episode, he will show you his approach with these circumstances.

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Martin Joergensen


Hector Hernandez's picture

Fly Reel Question...

I have enjoyed watching Antti Guttorm Salmon fishing in several Fly TV videos. I wanted to know what fly reel on the two-handed rod he was using in one of Norway videos. It was an enclosed sided with round center drag wheel and pewter in color. From watching him land some salmon I noticed the reel seemed to be an ant-reverse drag system. I could not make out any the markings on the video. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks and happy holidays.

Martin Joergensen's picture

No idea...


I have quickly run through the videos, but have been unable to recognize the reel or even the brand.

Maybe try contacting kanalgratisdotse on YouTube to see if they can help?


Hector Hernandez's picture

Salmon Reel...

Hi Martin,
FYI, I found out the reel I was asking about is a Vision Tank Salmon Reel. I found it in an old Vision Catalog. It came in 3 sizes, but has since been discontinued. I really like the look of that reel and have been scouring the internet to find one. I would like the #3 for 7-9 wt lines.



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