So how did it go in Secret river 2.0? Don't really know how to respond to that. Or if I even want to answer it. How the hell do you write about something that you want to keep secret? A fishing spot you want just for yourself, now that my usual favorite waters is floating past me and out of my life.
It's not often that salmon anglers are faced with high, warm water conditions in the latter part of the season.
I have experienced this twice now in Norway, and this situation is most common on rivers with a lake above their system that has a big enough catchment to collect localized rainfall, and or rivers that are fed via glacial melt water.
Kengis Bruk is the place to be this summer. You have the chance to experience one of the best places for Baltic salmon at a great price, with private water, lodge accommodation, ghillie service and fantastic nature.
Summer and salmon season is going full speed. Fishing reports are telling excellent fishing in some places and difficult in others. No matter where you fish, here's a handful of flies and few tips how to use them properly.
Our aim is the early Atlantic springers that enter our small rivers of south Sweden and Denmark. You know for a fact you have all odds against you, it’s like looking for a friggin’ needle in a haystack really...no wait, it’s even worse...
Wikipedia defines “playbook” by referring to American football: InAmerican football a play is a close to the ground "plan of action" or "strategy" used to move the ball down the field. A play begins at either the snap from the center or at kickoff. Most commonly plays occur at the snap during adown. These plays range from basic to very intricate. Football players keep a record of these plays in their playbook.Basically it’s a game plan preparing you for different scenarios. In salmon fishing the playbook consists of three elements: 1) overall fishing strategy; 2) fly choices and fishing techniques; and 3) reading the salmon’s reactions and learning from the opponent.
I felt immediately when I saw the fly that it looked very "fishy", and it has proved to be all-rounder, both for salmon and trout, just as I hoped. Sometimes I tie it with shrimp eyes and a zonker strip as a wing, and then the fly becomes a variant of the Danish Munkerfly or my flyfishing friend Micke Lindström's cruel catching muddler zonkers.
Sunray Shadow is without a doubt one of the best salmon fly patterns. It's simple to tie and relatively easy to fish with it. Sunray has hundreds of different variations and you can use almost any fishing technique with it.
This fly has become one of my absolute favorites. It has the ability to catch fish even when conditions are not the best. I use them for the most part in smaller sizes from 3 to 6 cm. Especially when the river's water is low and the fishes are a bit more careful.