Dog Nobblers and Mini jigs

They are small jigs, that can be fished on a fly rod or on ultralight spinning tackle. In my opinion it excels fished on a floating line, but if you fish deep lakes or fast streams, a sinking line is an option too. On the spinning rod, you can also fish these light jigs under […]

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Fishing lure tips – light, color and visibility

Today, let’s talk color. Being anglers, most of us are interested in colors. Whether we swing flies, spoons, spinners, crankbait or jigs. Everybody is searching for that color combo that is just irresistible to anything with fins. We use as much time talking colors as we do talking weather – and bad excuses for not […]

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Go big… or go home :0)

This week I had a trip up to my friend Thomas Wæver to fish his favourite lake for large northern pike. I left the home in the middle of the night (normally I’m not an early bird), and drove north through a frosty white landscape. It was a beautiful morning, and when I arrived, the […]

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Opening day – for teeth

Today is May the 1st, and in Denmark this is the opening day for pike fishing after the breeding in April. As most everyone else, we are in quarantine. Around here quarantine means to stay home from work, and since I’ve worked from my home the last 4 decades, that’s just business as usual. We […]

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The game is on!

After a long warm and pretty boring winter, spring finally hit Denmark this last week. And in different tempo, working its way from south to north, the miracle is happening all over the Northern Hemisphere in the coming months. Just about everywhere in salt- and in freshwater things start happening. Water temperatures are rising and […]

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Michael Jensen Fishing

7 reasons why you should fish bucktail jigs

I am a lure freak, and I love fishing spinner baits, spoons, jerkbaits, crankbaits and any other kinds of lures. I guess you feel the same way. But say, one day a large troll came crashing out from the woods and said. “Ok dude, you can use one lure for the rest of your life. […]

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Craig’s Nighttime – a streamer fly for large trout at dusk and dawn

Craig’s Nighttime is an old classic New Zealand streamer fly. I initially found the pattern in John Veniard’s book: Reservoir and Lake Flies – a book I highly recommend. You can find a link to the book at the bottom of this blog. Years ago on a dark night this large darkish blue fly got […]

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Misty morning browns

I love fishing for wild brown trout, and right now in the early fall, mornings and late evenings offer the best opportunities for contact with the golden beauties in my favourite local lake. I do hate getting up early – but as often as I can drag my sorry ass out of bed in the […]

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Tying Predator Tube Flies – Spy System – Pike and Musky

With underwater action. Learn how to tie the individual parts for a Spy System Pike and Musky fly. There’s nothing new in tying predator flies on tubes, but this system is super versatile whether you chase pike, musky, bass, walleye, zander, large predatory trout or any other predator. In this video I show you 5 […]

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How to rig the Spy System – predator angling – pike, musky, bass

The Spy System. Learn to rig and combine tube flies, cones, popper heads, beads and other stuff to build an extremely versatile lure system, that can be used for fly fishing, spinning and baitcasting. From small trout lures to magnum sized baits for the largest predators anywhere. It’s simple, cheap, versatile and will stand up […]

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