One man, one camera, one fish, one situation. Plus some experimenting with the out-of-focus shapes with different lenses.
Music by Jazz & Fly Fishing
Gear: Canon 60D with Tokina 11-16 f/2.8, Tamron 28-70 f/2.8, Minolta Rokkor 58 f/1.2, Meyer Görlitz 135 f/2.8
Thanks to Imago Fly Fishing and J:son Match'n Catch!
We've started working on a brand new documentary about ourselves, and here's an edit of some the first material we recorded during winter/early spring 2011. We´ll record throughout 2012, and the film will be out in the early months of 2013.
Northern Exposure pt II: Trout Latency. On a blistering hot summer day last week, I travelled to one of my favourite trout rivers up north. The fishing was very slow indeed, but eventually I managed to find two big trout. The first one ignored my attempts completely in the ultra-bright conditions, making me feel clumsy.
The second one was rising steadily in the late evening, gulping down whatever insects the stream carried. It took my mayfly pattern on the first cast.
Jazz & Fly Fishing's 2011 Shadow Cast Competition. Do not miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!
Send them a video of your best and most creative Shadow Cast right now â€“ eternal fly casting glory awaits you! <a href="http://jazzandflyfishing.com/?page_id=4202">Submit your entry here</a>.
"Cows and Flies" - Another beautiful spring day above the arctic circle. This time, the weather was on my side, and I had a fantastic day, catching several beautiful trout on the dry fly and communicating with the local cattle. Cows are much more intelligent than you might think!
A huge storm was coming in from the North Atlantic, giving me just a few minutes to fish the calm before the storm.
Driven to a frenzy by the riverÂ´s feasting trout and further aggrevated by the sound of some guy drilling a hole for a flag pole outside his summer cottage, I experienced some severe strike problems. Somehow, I managed to cool down just before the storm hit the river and made fishing and filming impossible.