When it comes right down to the question which kind of fishing I liked the most during our trip to Norway, I will answer one thing without hesitation: the salt. Quite a lot of fishing fanatics see the Norwegian coast as some kind of fishing Mekka. Every year thousands of fishermen enjoy the great scenery whilst pulling up big cod, coalfish or halibut from the deep towards their boat, using heavy spin- and baitfishing gear.
It was on our second day at the Rena river when we decided to quit trout fishing because of heavy wind and no surface activity in order to chase pike instead. We changed the five weights to nines and tens and headed to a place we knew from the year before.
It´s 11.30 in the morning, and you´re about to get up. The others are still sleeping, so you decide to get a pot of coffee going before waking them. A quick glance at the river shows you what you have already expected: nothing. The river is dead.
Finally! We were working on this for quite a while and now proudly present "Nørdic Vibes" to you! The time we spent in Norway was absolutely incredible, so no wonder we're planning our next trip at the moment... :) I hope you like the video! You've seen some of it in the trailer but you'll definitely get the full pack of flyfishing, nordic vibes now with this final one ;) We want to thank Flyfish Europe in Norway and all all our friends, who helped making this trip unforgettable! Enjoy! Tight...
Four guys who are fishing five weeks straight on their road trip through Norway. Here it finally is, our Norway 2015 trailer. We are working on several other movies of the trip, that will come in near future, so subscribe not to miss any of them! :) We hope you enjoy the Nørdic vibes! Tight lines, Kristof
Fishing small streams is simply an awesome experience. Usually you have to wade carefully to not spook any fish, and casting can be pretty tricky since bushes and trees usually try their best to put a branch or two into your line path. Trick casting is essential here, and without a solid roll cast you probably won´t have a lot of fun. Although the fish do not grow as big in small water than they would in bigger rivers you still can stumble upon a nice hog here and there, but usually you are...