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    Default Danish sea trout

    I had a nice fishing holiday in Denmark last week.
    My friends and I was lucky! We catch some lovely fish in sunny, warm weather...
    This is my best fish of the holiday....
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    nice fish , sounds like you had great holiday
    Last edited by easky; 15-05-2008 at 12:27 PM.
    so much fishing, so little time


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    Nice fish, well done.

    Was this caught in salt water, if so are you fishing baitfish patterns?

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    Morning! I caught this fish with a "sandy shrimp" pattern made with marabou, rubber legs, angel hair and Whiting spey heckles. (I' ll insert dressing e photos in future in fly tying thread)
    The fish had an hard surface take, in shallow between weeds and sandy bed 10 meters from the bank.

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    Well done!!!

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    Default Seatrout

    If that fish was caught in Scotland, I would call it a kelt. Maybe it is just the angle you are holding it up at though.

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    I was with Danish fishermen that call this kind of fish "Skippers".
    They explained to me that this kind of fish remain in the sea and skip to spawning.. I have not experience to recognize this difference. This is another photo....
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    Last edited by Il Fiorentino; 15-05-2008 at 04:52 PM.

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    Default Great to see Italiens fish in Denmark

    Very nice sea trout. You don't meet a lot of Italiens on the Danish coast fishing for sea trout, but nice to know there is at least one around occationally ) Especially since we come to Italy to drink your lovely wine and east your great food. Nice that we are able to make a little "pay back".
    While you were in Denmark I was on my first trip to River Dee in Scotland and had a great week and cought one sea trout, one salmon of 8 lbs and had one on of about 16 lbs for 20 minutes on the Commonty Beat.

    Great to be able to travel Europe in persuit of fish and good experiences.

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    Hi Danishflyfisher!
    Last April it was my first fishing trip to danish seatrout.
    I discover your beautiful country and trout.
    My friend Fabio Federighi meet last year some members of Danish Fly Fishing Federation, that gave to us some advice about your best fishing spot.
    I think that we will come on danish Fyn island next early April.
    I will contact you near tis time, if you'm glad we could fish together.
    Last edited by Il Fiorentino; 12-06-2008 at 11:48 AM.

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    Hi Il Fiorention. That would be great. I live in Copenhagen but know a couple of good spots on Fyn and would be glad to join you. Also if you come to Copenhagen, I could show you some really nice spots on the coast in the area or we could cross the bridge to Sweden where there is also some great flyfishing for sea trout on the coast - just about 1 hours drive from Copenhagen.
    I will fish River Hofsá in Iceland for three days in July and will post some pictures if I run into a salmon

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