Henrik Mortensen

Salmologic Henrik Mortensen

Henrik Mortensen behøver ingen nærmere præsentation.

Henrik var en af de innoative indpiskere i starten af LOOP’s introduktion på det især skandinaviske marked i start halvfemserne. Der væltede det ud med nye nye stænger i alverdens farver, large arbour fluehjul , adaptive linesystemer og meget mere.

Henrik’s fascination for fluekastet og de dynamikker der er bag førte både til produktion af flere bøger og adskillige DVD udgivelser. Samtidigt med det, var Henrik ligeledes guide på de kendte elve på både Island og i Norge.

Nu koncentreres indsatsen om Salmologic – der forsøger og muligvis også har lykkes med, at komme med et alternativt bud på stangdesign og sammensætning af liner.

April Vokey kommer i podcasten her rigtigt fint rundt om Henrik – dels hans historie og ikke mindst også om filosofien bag Salmologic. Der bliver talt meget om Henriks erfaringer med linier, forfang og taktik iøvrigt.

En must hear podcast for alle der fisker efter laks eller havørreder!

Og når du er færdig med denne podcast er der et interview med Henrik Mortensen her

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