Fly fishing for pollack in the Norwegian archipelago comes far behind sea run brown trout, unfortunately. For me they’re a hidden treasure, often found in far greater numbers than other fish and the medium to large fish give a very impressive fight. For example all of the 6.6lb+ (3kg+) fish I have caught, have almost […]
When you think of sea fishing in Norway, the European sea bass isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. Cod, pollack, halibut or perhaps sea trout, but sea bass? Well now it’s time to start to thinking differently. This year as some of the past five years has yielded impressive numbers of fish and […]
Norway is a dramatically spectacular country with such fantastic nature. Capturing it with a camera is not always an easy feat, but some of the pictures manage it. Taking pictures for my customers is part of my guiding service, but also when I’m out and about privately, I’m always capturing moments. The pictures under are […]
If there is one thing I really enjoy, and that’s being able to share the vast amount of flyfishing knowledge one accumulates after being a fanatical flyfisherman for the past 20 years. So when Espen from Fiskeboden in Stavanger invited me up to hold a flyfishing course for beginners, I was glad to help. If you haven’t […]
Last friday, I was kindly invited up to Camp Nova summer camp to have a day of fishing and fly fishing instruction with the young participants. Camp Nova is a summer camp that takes you on an adventure with exciting activities in the Norwegian countryside. A perfect summer get-away for 10-14 years olds run by […]
After a sun filled and successful saturday fly fishing teaching the next generation at Gladlaksdagen (The happy salmon day), I am now looking forward to seeing even more younger fishers on the bank. Multiple groups of novices were taught the basics of overhead casting, and all learnt impressively quickly. A competition which involved each participant casting […]
Yesterday, I had the honor of participating at the local fly casting training to have a little training myself and help out some others. All credit must go to the organizers Trond and Thomas for their continuing work with the younger generations. Well done guys!