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Old 02-29-2008, 03:31 AM
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Good morning folks


My friend Peter Beckmann told me about your site and here I am

Perhaps you would like to know a little bit about me. I was born some fourty years ago in a small village in East Frisia near the dutch border in germany. I like fishing on sea trout and cod from belly boat and yak. Met Peter on a fly tying meeting and since that time I try to brush up my flycasting skills Since last november I made my dream come true. Me and my girl run a small guesthouse for anglers on Lolland. I can now reach the coast by bicycle within 10 minutes

I hope that we'll have a lot of fun and a huge information transfer in this extraordinary forum

So if you like to know more about fishing on seatrout, cod, salmon or the spooky mullet in the baltic sea just hit buttons, guys
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Old 02-29-2008, 02:34 PM
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Georg,
Greetings from us here I was very fortunate to have been in Denmark some years ago and you have a very beautiful country. I was in and excuse the spelling in advance, Middlefaht. We were right by a fjord and the bay looked very inviting for float tubing.

Most of the float tubing in Saltwater here is done in bays. A few anglers go out nearshore in the ocean, but there is too much talk about big things with alot of teeth, so we stay inside and fish. Some bays close to me allow you to float tube and fish, and others don't like you to, but most of the patrol people just look the other way. The bays are pretty much open to kayak fishing though. We don't have sea trout like you have here, but we do have some bass and a flatfish called a halibut. These are a few photos of what we have locally. We caught these using conventional gear. Not that many of us that float tube and paddle a kayak also fly fishing. I only know about 4 or 5 others personally. I still have yet to catch my first bay bass from my float tube and fly rod for this year.

Those sea trout look HUGE. Have you caught one form your float tube?? They must give you a fight in a tube. Take care,
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Old 03-01-2008, 03:42 AM
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Hi Perry and thanks for the warm welcome


Well - unfortunately I caught no seatrout from belly or yak yet. My first fish from belly boat was a cod. It had something bout 4 kilograms ( should be appr. 8.8 pound or something) .

But it was fun The sea trouts i caught till now were by spin rod and in waders from the coast. My first sea trout on fly is still to come


You have been in Middelfahrt ? Wow - nowadays our globe is just a village. Well Middelfahrt is really a special place. I thougt about fishing from yak or BB too, but the locals told me that the currence there can be hell. So I fished from the shore what also was very good.
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