Get a sneak peek on some of the new stuff in the pipeline for this channel. Amongst these a bunch of films from our annual migration up North to Swedish Lapland. This year we tested our new truck and car top tent. That turned out really successful, giving us opportunity to camp right at the banks of rivers and lakes.
The weather was unexpectedly cold in 2022. After decades of camping up north, this was the coldest summer ever. And there were days in stride with heavy winds and rain. So there was water everywhere… and lots of it.
The car top tent really was great, though, and fishing wasn’t all bad. Perch were chasing our jigs and flies, but often someone was on their tails as well.
We managed to land a few perch anyway, and some of them even ended up on the menu.
So we returned to our home with a lot of cool footage – and back home, we had other stuff waiting as well.
Some time ago I received a package with some cool fly tying materials from my Canadian friend, Hank. Natural materials like fur, hair and a all of it left on the skin. We are probably gonna make a video with tying ideas for some of that stuff. Thanks a lot, Hank.
And recently a new package arrived. This time with boxes and fly wallets, stuffed with original streamer flies tied by the late great Bill Edson – who is a hero of mine, when it comes to streamer design and -tying. Looking forward to show you that treasure chest and tell you why some of Bill’s flies and why part of his private collection ended up in our fish room.
And then we have a project with a good friend, John, who is a talented fly tier. We are gonna make some tutorials on tying all 5 of Frank Sawyers Nymphs, and some of George Grant’s beautiful Stonefly imitations. Looking forward to that.
And we have been filming a new series of films on fish food – that will start running this winter and spring. We take the camera under water, and give you a closer look at some of the critters that fish feed on. We will also give tips on useful imitations, with links to tying videos.
A new project, mostly for Ulla, will give you an idea about the nature and wildlife here in Denmark, where we live. Ulla are running wildlife cameras in our wild garden and the small forest on our property. We are quite surprised by the amount of wildlife in our neck of the woods – and hope you will enjoy that new project as well.
And there will be more angling tales, book reviews, fly tying, jig tying and all the usual stuff.
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