Jerkbait Light – new theme on my blog and YouTube channel

During the last couple of year I have spent a lot of time fishing small jerkbaits for trout, perch, pike and other predators. One of the first results of that passion – is an article in Danish angling magazine, Sportsfiskeren (hitting the streets in this week). The Jerkbait Light theme will continue on my blog, […]

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New book arriving tomorrow!

I have written a new angling book. This time on Tying and fishing the ABU Optic Flies. Though it’s a small book, a lot of research went into it… and a lot of fly tying and photography. Tomorrow February the 9th the books should arrive here – and we will start shipping orders. Can’t wait […]

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Meet the Booby fly – Angling Tales

I have just released the first video in a series I’ve given the working title Angling Tales. It’s a series where I will try to make some touchdowns in angling history and celebrate cool flies, equally cool anglers, hot fishing techniques or other remarkable events. First video is a short story about the Booby Fly. […]

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Cross-over Muddlers

Being an all round angler definitely has some advantages in my opinion. I’ve learned a lot about tying and fishing large streamers by swinging Rapala lures and other hardware. But the synergy goes the other way too. While I love fishing softbaits and plastics I can’t help to think, that I am able to tie […]

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Hugh – inspired by the past master from Gragg Cottage

When I started fishing for sea trout (sea run brown) in my local streams and on the coastlines, I read Hugh Falkus’ book, Sea trout fishing, again and again. And a lot of hours were spent tying the flies from this book. I tied them all. The Medicine, the surface lure and the small double […]

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Golden Crawdad Jig – for crayfish eating predators

Crayfish is small crustaceans primarily inhabiting freshwater environments. They look a lot like small lobsters, to which they are related. Most importantly from an angler’s point of view: They are rich in protein and a popular food source for any predator able to handle them. Bass, walleye, musky, pike and perch all eat crayfish. In […]

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Shimano Curado HG series – a short introduction and a setup video instruction

Shimano knows their business and technology when it comes to fishing reel, and the Curado baitcaster has a reputation for being the ultimate workhorse for everyday fishing. The company makes lots of more expensive baitcasting reels, but the Curado offers real bang for the bucks – and is the go-to reel for a lot of […]

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The pike pond

  Luck is a matter of preparation meeting opportunity they say. Might be right. But sometimes… well I guess… luck is just luck :0) Ulla and I were a few days into a two weeks road trip in Swedish Lapland, when we came to a large dam. There were several small lakes and ponds in […]

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A dozen flies for the home run – steelhead, salmon & seatrout fly tying

Slideshow with a dirty dozen for the migrating torpedos. Not counting the fabulous Green Butt Skunk… all of these flies are my own original patterns. Most of the flies include, schlappen front hackles, squirrel tail wings and either dubbed- or flatbraid tinsel bodies. Some of these flies will later be made into full fly tying […]

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Autumn – my favourite season

Autumn is by far my favourite season. Not that I don’t like every season that passes though my southern Scandinavian homeland. I sure do. It’s just… well the atmosphere in autumn is special to me. It may be the turning of the leaves from lush green to all different shades of yellow, orange, red and […]

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