Reel or Fly
Reel or fly, both are guaranteed to produce a catch.
If you want to fly fish, we recommend having a selection of flies for over and under the water, so that you can vary your fishing and adapt to the weather conditions. Also bring with you an extra rod that is a little stronger, in case of wind. Classification #6 or #7, with a corresponding line in slow or fast intermediate, can also be smart to have in addition to the original floating line.
When it comes to the choice of fly rod, most people will use a classification #5. It will work great; but if you have to bring a pole, we recommend classification #6. If you don’t have one, don’t let that stand in the way for your trip. These are recommendations, and the most important thing is to try your fishing luck and enjoy nature.
With a reel, you can fish well and varied in all waters. Lures, spinners, wobblers, or floats are recommended. Fill the tackle box with these, and preferably two of each variant. Based on the size of the waters, you can use everything from light rods that are 7-9 feet in length with a casting weight between 5-25 grams, and a little a little stronger variants that are 9-11 feet in length with a casting weight between 10-40 grams.
Book a guide
A good tip for everyone who wants to fish is to use a guide. The guides are locally known and tailor your trip to your wishes.
See Guided Fishing Trips (coming)
Take a Course
If you want to be a little more prepared, or unsure of how and what to fish, there are courses in both reel and fly fishing on all levels.
See Course (coming)
The area is worth exploring, so it is recommended to return several times during the season.
It might work out 100% the day you are there; but if it should turn out to be the opposite, go back as soon as possible. In this way, you get to know the area better, and your chances of catching fish increase considerably.
Wherever you go, remember to never make tracks. Don’t throw fishing line or anything else into nature. What you bring in, you bring back, and show respect for nature and wildlife.
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