Red hot sun. Summer is really making it’s name as we leave Dusseldorf airport for a 3 and a half hour flight – final destination: Reykjavik.
Though you know it will be a hell of a lot colder there, it’s always a gas to pack and roll from warm to cold climate for fly fishermen like us.
Read more “Iceland, between lakes and rivers”
As you may know, this summer I went to Iceland with Jérémy for a 12 days fishing trip. We got back two weeks ago and it’s now time to start sharing this adventure with you !
Read more “We are back from Iceland !”
The end of our rodtrip was coming in sight. There was a lot of water left we absolutely wanted to try on our ride back to Kiruna, but to get to the interesting parts of it without losing time would either cost money or walking days.
Read more “Grandslam river”
Into the wild. I read the book when I was young, and later on I also saw the film. We all did, and living our own mini “Into the wild” adventure was what we came for, Porsanger Kommune the place to do it.
Read more “Lapland, Into the wild”
Here is the first trailer of the fly fishing film called Tributaries, released by RC Cone, a filmmaker currently living in Portland, Oregon.
Read more “Tributaries”
How it all started…
Some 12 years ago, when on a trip in British Columbia with my future wife and family, childless at that moment, I’d booked three days guided salmon fishing at the inlet of the Campbell River.
Read more “Rodtrip in Alaska”