As we all know, but may be loath to admit, luck is a vital component of success in nearly every fly-fishing situation. The concept is so ingrained in the consciousness of every angler, in fact, that. . .
I don’t know about you, but I could watch a trout rise all day. Of course, I’d want to cast to it, as well, but sometimes it’s just cool to observe all the different ways that trout take bugs off. . .
Few things can get a fly fisher’s blood pumping like seeing a large trout come to the surface. Check out this cool, mesmerizing video from Norway featuring big browns eating bugs on top. That trout. . .
Here’s a great, short video about dry-fly fishing late June in the lowlands of Trøndelag Norway. How great must it be to arrive at the river and see all those bugs in the streamside vegetation? The . . .
Western Norway, a.k.a. Vestlandets, is home to dramatic landscapes, featuring fjords, mountains, rocky coastlines, and stunning salmon rivers. Aside from having one of our favorite names in . . .
Here’s another cool shot from my week at the Norwegian Flyfisher’s Club, on Norway’s Gaula River two summers ago. (Check out the full story of my Norway adventure here.) Angler John . . .
Here’s a cool pike-fishing video by FlyFishingFanatics from the swamps of Norway, where the snot rockets seem pretty thick. At the 2:07 mark, you can see that the strike of one pike actually . . .
It seems as if Norway has an endless supply of great fishing opportunities and talented filmmakers willing to document them. Here’s a glorious production from Håvard Thomassen, chronicling a . . .