Published Nov 9. 2013 - 10 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 28. 2018

Sea trout season autumn 2013

Great start to the sea trout season 2013. Many good and also bright fish over 50 cm are already near the shore. The fish were caught on a 5 weight. An 85 cm sea trout was also taken on a 5 weight. All fish were released. Thanks for the soundtrack:

Martin Joergensen


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A nice video and a n...

A nice video and a nice release of a very nice fish, but maybe you could enlighten me somewhat, I've never seen so many 5wt rods with a fighting butt and full wells grip. Of course you could be building your own, or doing plug ins for Orvis, but anyway well done.

Wow, great video Jor...

Wow, great video Jorgensens the man. Our sea run brown season just started to warm up the last two weeks, have been rather lucky having landed 7 fish all 20 inches plus in the last 3 weeks. New England has minimal sea run trout opportunities, and those in the know are reluctant to share info about hot spots or patterns, but thanks to your sight and insight over the years I have become an accomplished sea run angler tyvm for the knowledge and wisdom.


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