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Imorgon Mörrumspremiär!
2013-03-28  15:51

Ja då var allt packat och det var dags för Mörrumspremiär. Tänk vad åren går. Jag tror bestämt jag var I Mörrum första gången 1977 och att jag sen hade årskort från -83. Det är ju helt galet 36 år sedan och jag som fortfarande ser mig själv som en pojkspoling. Nå väl det ska bli skoj även om 1an på premiären är mer cirkus än fiske. Kanske kan jag I vart fall få en liten kul filmsnutt att visa er. Ån går med 25 kubik och det är bara o,5 I vattnet , vilket I och för sig är bättre än de -0,8 som vi hade på Empremiären! Jag har riggat två 13,7or med en I/2/4 och en F/I/2 så får vi se har några polytippar I fickan så vem vet. Boxen är full med “godis” så det blir inte det som fallerar I vart fall. Ser fram emot att möta den galne golfaren (J Haeggman) på whiskey Island imorgon. Ska prova att blogga med resultat I morgon!

Allt är med!

Boxarna välfyllda

slitna men funkar som F.. några firrar till tål de helt säkert!

River Dee Rapport – 25 mars
2013-03-26  12:36

Recent Catches

Fishing last week on Deeside reminded me of the Battle of the Bulge-not weight loss, but the heroic efforts of dedicated people fighting the good cause in terribly cold winter weather. FishDee beats have reported 42 salmon and 2 sea trout for the week with Lower Crathes seeing a superb return of 14 salmon for the anglers fishing there, more of this later. There were a number of good sized fish reported in the catch with the biggest reported at 20lbs from Park. Catches were distributed between Middle Drum and Deecastle.

I received an e-mail from Dr Tom Charles with news of their recent visit to Lower Crathes advising ‘Dear Ken, Myself, and friends John Heaton, John Bull and Christian Dealer fished LC&WDurris for the first 3 days of the week of March 18th. We were met by somewhat different conditions to those this time last year! We were fantastically well looked after by the wondrous Charlie Booth; and in Roberts’s absence Malcolm Tocher. We managed 6 fish (1, pending verification with scales going to the scientists) over the 3 days. John Heaton took the best of them at 14lb adding a 10lb fish on a size 6 double tied by his kids! Christian Dealer took a 10lb fish on a Kelt-Slayer tube in lower Bridge pool to allay the concerns of his earlier ’Frankenfish’ who’s scales are presently under scrutiny. On Wednesday I myself took a 10lb fish followed 45mins later by a 32" fish in Greenbank on a bottle tube monkey tied by my own fair hand and fished slow on a sink2 shooting head. This was masterfully landed by Charlie on both occasions. Sadly the final member of our Party Mr Bull was unable to join in with a fish, although he did teach us about the finer art of Scotch consumption. Many thanks to Robert Harper in his absence for keeping such a fine beat, and his 2 able accomplices for their tireless attendance. My best wishes and thanks for your excellent river reports, Tom Charles.

Lower Crathes is a fabulous fishing beat which is well loved by its loyal band of anglers who return year on year. For those who are relatively new to the beat and eager to learn how to maximise their opportunities for sport. The beat Ghillies do a superb job of teaching them about the nuances of the pools. One newish angler is Keith Webster, originally from Wick, who fishes annually in Russia and throughout Scotland. Keith turned up at my house on Friday beaming from ear to ear and eager to show me images of a superbly conditioned 18lb salmon he had landed on the beat. Robert Harper had taken Keith to a bit of water that hadn’t been fished for a few days. Keith informed me he hooked 4 fish for his day and only managed to land one; what a prized specimen it was! He assured me that he would not have enjoyed this success without the helpful advice from Robert Harper. I would encourage anglers to visit the beat as it’s a truly wonderful beat to fish with a great team of Ghillies.

Neil Mitchell enjoyed success at Park with his first ever spring salmon and has sent me an image of his capture. Neil advised ‘Just started fishing for salmon on the fly at the end of last year and only been out twice on the Tay and once on the tweed, and was always fishing on the right bank. I fished at Park on the left bank today, and with some help from Keith Cromar, the estates Head Ghillie I managed to start putting out a nice line which resulted in my first Springer and two kelts. Sadly I also lost two fish, however I had an amazing day and can’t wait to get back up to Park. Congratulations to you Neil and tight lines for the rest of the season. I fished on Saturday at Invery and have never experienced colder and more brutal conditions for fly fishing anywhere in the world. Ice crystals formed on your finger tips as you stripped line in prior to casting and the fly line froze to the rod rings throughout the day. The old trick of sticking the rod into the water to unfreeze the rod rings didn’t work as the water temp was only 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Ghillie Karl Revel worked heroically throughout the day keeping all anglers spirits up. Beat owner Lawrence Ross, a perfect gentleman, came to meet all the visiting anglers at lunchtime and made the lunch break very enjoyable.

The River Dee Trust has launched a spring raffle where tickets are on sale in fishing huts, Orvis in Banchory, the Tor Na Coille Hotel and Potarch Hotel, with some very nice prizes to be won. Raffle tickets can also be purchased through the River Office, Mill of Dinnet, Aboyne, tel 013398 80411. Please write with any news of catches or anecdotes to ken@riverdee.org so I can share this news in the weekly report and FishDee blog. Copyright FishDee


Beat catches reported

SALMON & GRILSE: Middle Drum 1, Upper Drum and Lower Durris 1, Park 4, Lower Crathes and W Durris 14, Crathes 3, Invery 1, Lower Blackhall and Kinneskie 3, Middle Blackhall 1, Sluie 1, Ballogie 1, Kincardine 2, Carlogie 3, Dess 1, Birse 1, Waterside and Ferrar 1, Dinnet 1, Deecastle 3, Total 42
SEA TROUT: Invery 1, Cairnton 1, Total 2


Prospects

Weather conditions are a factor that affects sport. Last year river levels dropped dramatically due to unseasonable high temperatures. This year river levels have dropped significantly due to unseasonably cold weather conditions. The BBC’S popular weather reporter Carol Kirkwood informed the nation this morning that the big blocking area of high pressure centred over northern Europe is responsible for drawing in cold air from the continent in a clockwise direction. This high pressure system shows no sign of shifting and this week will see a continuation of cold wintery weather. Air temperature maxima will perhaps reach 4 degrees Celsius with overnight frosts throughout the week ahead. There will be some precipitation, but not of any serious consequence. Winds will be predominately light and from a north or easterly direction. River levels should not fluctuate much during the week, perhaps dropping slightly day by day throughout the week. The maritime influence sees spring tides building from 3.9 metres to 4.4 metres before dropping back to 4.1 metres on Sunday. This should see new fish come forward into the river and hopefully the arrival of a decent run of multi sea winter fish to over 20lbs. Whether there are enough anglers prepared to fish the lower beats ad stick at it is another matter. There are some superb spring salmon entering the river and they are worth pitting your wits against them. Success is never guaranteed and long spells of inactivity may occur but if and when a Springer arrives on your beat then you may just get a very welcome surprise as you battle it out with a supremely strong salmon.

As I always counsel, it’s very important to listen to your Ghillies advice. Your beat Ghillie will encourage you to persevere in the likely taking lies given the water height on your beat and they will give good advice on presentation speed, fly choice and what depth to fish the fly. More often than not the Ghillie can make the difference and give you the advice you really need to catch the elusive silver fresh run salmon. There will be times this week that you will need to seek warmth and shelter in the fishing huts, if only to lift spirits. Remember your team mate during your stay, the hard working Ghillie that stands for hours on end, day after day, in these harsh winter conditions providing helpful advice and encouragement to anglers, whilst they are no doubt chilled to the bone watching the anglers fishing. If you don’t have the services of a Ghillie to call on then you should make sure you have a sinking or intermediate fly line and a choice of sink tips. Short stout leaders of 20lbs breaking strain are advised as they help turnover heavy flies, and are needed in case you encounter a big salmon. Tube Fly choice may include Posh Tosh, Dee Monkey, Park Shrimp, Gold Willie Gunn, Intruder and Francnsnaelda. Anglers may still encounter kelts migrating downstream which need returned carefully to the river as will bright new spring salmon. Please try to ensure your fish is unhooked in the river and any pictures taken quickly when you are returning your salmon to the river.

As always there is fishing availability on the FishDee website during the last days of March. The weather looks slightly better for angling this week and if dedicated salmon anglers can manage a visit to the river then please do so. A 3 day Easter break at this time of year can yield some rewards with some of the local hotels doing some fantastic Fishermans rates for 3 days stays or more for groups of 3 or more anglers. There is great value to be found at local hotels and remember to ask what their fisherman’s rates are when you make your booking. All anglers are being asked to have their waders and any landing nets sprayed with a mild disinfectant prior to commencing fishing. It’s a quick procedure that will help the river and prevent ingress of unwanted pathogens and non native species entering the watercourse. Please write with any news of catches or anecdotes to ken@riverdee.org so I can share this news in the weekly report and FishDee blog. Wrap up well this week as its going to continue to be cold. As I was informed last week there’s no such thing as bad weather, rather it’s the wrong choice of clothing-Tight Lines! Copyright FishDee

Keith Webster with a beautifully conditioned 18 lb salmon-as nice a specimen as you could ever dream of.

Neil Mitchell with his first ever spring salmon from Park-a bit smaller and slimmer in comparison to Keiths bonny salmon.

The Danish Fly Fair – en av de bästa mässorna igen!
2013-03-25  14:17

Jag vet inte hur manga gånger de kört nu, men vet att jag varit där på samtliga mässor allt från starten I Esbjerg för manga år sedan. Etta v brickorna I det vinnande konceptet är säkert att de kör mässan endast vart annat år. Årets mässa var drabbat av den kyliga våren. På lördagsmorgonen låg isen tung på kastdammarna och envist saltande var enda chansen att få det någorlunda kastbart. Inomhus var det full gång på såväl kast demonstrationer, föredrag som flugbindning. Själv band jag så städet glödde och det i Guidelines monter. Framför allt var det vårflugorna, Black Doctor Spec, Durham men även några Samuraier blev till. Schysst för på fredag är det Mörrumspremiär och då ska de provsimmas. Det som intresserad var naturligtvis Glow slangen som i kontrast mot en svartvinge är skitfräck. De nya Holobraidarna och SSS flashen också. – Skönt med dessa nyheter börjar SALAR SYNTETIC SERIES äntligen bli någorlunda komplett. Bland Guideline prylarna var det de kortare Compact klumparna som stal showen. De är ju gjorda för bland annat det danska fisket så det var väl inte så konstigt. Lxi och de nya vadarna med svetsade sömmar hade också många intressenter. Det var också skoj att kunna visa upp den nya ASR broschyren – många dreglade över chansen att få komma till detta laxparadis och flera höjde ögonbrynen då jag sa att jag trodde det fortfarande fanns ett par platser på sommar ”Master Classen” med start 13 juli!


Kul med stort intresse för alla fräcka nyheter!

Fullt hus!!

Klaus Frimor - en av grabbarna bakom Compact linorna!

Masterclass vid Skjern Å
2013-03-24  13:00

Masterclass vid Skjern Å, klicka här för info!

Em premiären 2013
2013-03-20  14:49

En lite märklig svinkall dag. Dagen efter att en epoken Gustaf och sonen Göran Ulfsparre avslutats. Premiärdagarna var bitande kalla, utan tvekan de kallaste dagar jag fiskat på Em. En hård vind in från nordost, några minusgrader i luften och tro det eller ej en -0,8 grader i vattnet gjorde fisket minst sagt kylslaget. Öringstegen som minskat, gjorde i kombination med den bitande kylan fisket knepigt! Djupt och ohyggligt sakta var det som gav resultat. Jag fiskade två uppsättningar redskap med tanken att alltid fiska så djupt det blev bekvämt. Black Doctor flash blev bästa fluga. De två dagarna gav 30 fiskar till de fiskande 15 premiärgästerna. Jag kan inte säga att jag var så där hyggligt envis och med tanke på det får jag vara nöjd med mina 5 fiskar och ett par tappade. Det var trögt och jag kan bara konstatera att det känns att man blivit äldre! Jag gjorde 14 Älvkarleby premiärer på rad. Nyårsdagen med ett snitt på kanske -15 grader. Emvädret var ju rena solsemestern i jämförelse. Nåväl jag hoppas jag kan få komma tillbaka senare i vår då man i vart fall kan lägga 3 kast i rad utan att isen sitter som en propp i varje spöring! En liten svinkall filmsnutt kommer så småningom!


is ,is och mera is!!!

...och ännu mera is!!!

Håkan drillar i Ancarcrona...

Ett farväl till en vän!
2013-03-20  14:40

Söndagen var en sorgens dag på Em. 150 gäster hade samlats för att ta adjö av bortgångne vännen Göran Ulfsparre. Smålandshusarer spelade, hästarna fanns där, tårar varma minnen och en älskad å färgad röd av rosor. En era är över. En era kantad av kunskap, värme, fiskevård och ett brinnande intresse för världens största havsöringar.


Tack för allt Göran!

Minimässa hos Sporting i Örebro
2013-03-20  10:42



När nu den renodlade flugfiskemässan gick i graven öppnade det för nya initiativ. Stephan Nielsen ”dansken” på Sporting i Örebro, en av branschens ärrade entreprenörer tog chansen direkt. Det var ett bra arrangemang med besökande från många av de ledande leverantörerna. Jag band flugor, visade de nya materialen och gav mina erfarenheter på de nya Scandilinorna och Lxi –seriens nya spön. Ett litet föredrag från ASR i Ryssland fick jag också plats med. Det var ett fint arrangemang kanske ca 800 personer passerade under dagen och ”Dansken” strålade ikapp med solen. Detta får vi säkert vara med om igen – bra!


Dansken - The man!

Föredrag från Ryssland

Håkan tar en kort paus...

Mässa Helsingfors!
2013-03-13  14:06


Upp tidigt I svinottan och flyg från Köpenhamn till Helsingfors. Framme vid 11 tiden och blev mött av broder Håkan Norling som kommit med färjan dagen innan. Jag var gäst hos Helsinki Spey Clave och band flies i deras monter. Lördagen var det gallet med folk. Mässorganisationen rapporterade att 16 000 besökt mässan under lördagen och mer än 25 000 totalt – helt galet! Det var dock en mässa med lite av varje. Här fanns rullskridskobanor, klättervägar, kanotpooler, sportkläder, outdoorprylar jakt och fiske. Allt på det märkliga finska språket! Jag band flugor och hade ett bra intresse, det var kul att se hur finnarna uppskattade SSS och FITS. Särskilt Braiden och den ny a”glow” tuben gjorde succe!. Den nya holobraiden togs som överallt emots med storm. Scandilinorna var uppskattade- Jag tror Finland kommer att sälja mycket Scandi! Nu på väg hem för att förbereda mig för Örebro på lördag!






Durham - cool fly!

Helsingfors i morgon!
2013-03-08  14:19

Då var det åter dags för en stor mässa!
Imorgon kl 04.00 bär det av österut. Denna gång till Finland och Helsingfors för en förhoppningsvis suverän fiskemässa!
Jag ska binda flies och hjälpa Håkan Norling dema guideline prylar! Ni hittar oss hos Spey Clave. Kom förbi och kolla -en del av nyheterna är riktigt fräcka!





River Dee Rapport – 4 mars
2013-03-05  11:31

Recent Catches

We finished the week on a higher note than of late; following on from an increase in water temperatures, some fish decided to become a bit more cooperative. FishDee beats reported 52 salmon to 9lbs and catches were well distributed throughout the river catchment. Lower Beats such as Ardoe and Murtle and Altries and Lower Drum saw some action, more of this later. Some of the upper river beats started to fish on Friday and it was pleasing to hear of some success. Glentanar Estate unveiled their lovely new fishing hut on Friday to assembled guests at Deecastle; it was pleasing to hear that the beat opened its account for the season as did Craigendinnie, Waterside and Ferrar, and Headinch and Cambus O’May. I am sure that these beats will see some sport over the next few days if they have anglers out fishing. Now we have seen more spring like conditions arrive on Deeside I’m sure fishing will pick up somewhat and anglers will enjoy even more success.

I was pleased to hear about 12 year old Aidan Coull hooking and landing a fine 14lb spring salmon at Altries and Lower Drum. This was Aidan’s first ever Dee salmon, who was fishing with his uncle Douglas Coull, who also landed a sea liced Springer from the Drum Run. Aidan landed his fish from the Greenbanks pool and is now very keen to come back to fish again at Altries. It’s always pleasing to hear about youngsters coming to fish and I wish to applaud Altries Beat and the Aberdeen and District Angling Association for organising a day’s fishing for 6 youngsters. The youngsters will be looked after by Guide/Instructor Jim Fearn and Ben Dixon, from Orvis in Banchory. We need to nurture the next generation of anglers where initiatives like this will do some good. The youngsters are getting to fish for £5 a head and hopefully will all become hooked on fishing.

River Dee Trust director, and main driver for the Dalmore Dee Dram fundraising whisky, Jim Coates landed his best ever catch on Saturday at Balmoral. Jim got married to Nicola Jackson, and FishDee would like to congratulate the happy couple and extend sincere best wishes. I received an e-mail from Stephen O’Neill who enjoyed some success at Park. Stephen commented ‘Hi Ken, Had a great 2 days on Park north landing 3 spring salmon, I had 2 on Thursday and 1 on Friday all on the Park shrimp conehead. I enjoyed great craic with Keith as usual and looking forward to April for my next visit. Steve O’Neill.’ I met Steve and other anglers Patrick and Ade who had enjoyed success at Commonty, whilst out in Banchory and its pleasing to report anglers having some success and enjoying good hospitality in the local hostelries in the Banchory area.

I would like to make all anglers & Ghillies aware that there is one important change to the River Dee conservation code in 2013, which sees the introduction of tighter Biosecurity protocols which calls on all anglers fishing the river to have their wading boots and landing nets sprayed with a mild disinfectant on arrival at their beat. Disinfection equipment has been supplied to all fishing beats and this process, which was trialled last year on beats, will cause a very minimal disruption to anglers. Angler feedback forms from FishDee include a question asking if disinfection was carried out on the beat. Anglers should be aware the River Dee Trust has launched a spring raffle where tickets are on sale in fishing huts, Orvis in Banchory and the Tor Na Coille Hotel, with very nice prizes to be won. Please write with any news of catches or anecdotes to ken@riverdee.org so I can share this news in the weekly report and FishDee blog. Copyright FishDee


Beat catches reported

SALMON & GRILSE: Ardoe and Murtle 2, Altries and Lower Drum 2, Middle Drum 1, Upper Drum and Lower Durris 2, Park 7, Lower Crathes and W Durris 3, Crathes 1, Invery 4, Tilquhillie 1, Lower Blackhall and Kinneskie 3, Little Blackhall and Inchmarlo 3, Commonty 3, Sluie 1, Ballogie 3, Borrowston 1, Kincardine 1, Carlogie 5, Dess 2, Aboyne Castle 2, Craigendinnie 2, Waterside and Ferrar 1, Deecastle 1, Headinch and Cambus O’May 1.
Total: 52 Largest: Invery 19lbs


Prospects

Spring is in the air with nature coming alive again and local wildlife is responding to the increasing daylight hours and air temperatures. The river levels rose over the weekend as temperatures increased and this lift in river levels is sure to encourage fish to run the river. The Sepa gauges are showing 1ft 1 inch at Mar Lodge and 2 ft and rising at Park. We are in for a bit of a change to the weather this week with some welcome precipitation forecast from Wednesday, continuing through the weekend. Air temperature maxima will be around 9 degrees and winds shall be light and variable. The maritime influence sees tides dropping from 3.8 metres to 3.6 metres and then rising towards the weekend to 4.2 metres. The next two periods of Spring tides should see some good multi sea winter fish coming forward into the river as there are usually some big specimens landed in March. Catches should pick up this week providing we don’t get too much fluctuation in river levels.

As I always counsel, it’s very important to listen to your Ghillies advice. Your beat Ghillie will encourage you to persevere in the likely taking lies given the water height on your beat and they will give good advice on presentation speed, fly choice and what depth to fish the fly. More often than not the Ghillie can make the difference and give you the advice you really need to catch the elusive silver fresh run salmon. There will no doubt be many more visitors arriving in Deeside to fish the River Dee now that spring has arrived and many anglers will need to heed the wise counsel of their beat Ghillies. If you don’t have the services of a Ghillie to call on then you should make sure you have a sinking or intermediate fly line and a choice of sink tips. Short stout leaders of 20lbs breaking strain are advised as they help turnover heavy flies, and are needed in case you encounter a big salmon. Tube Fly choice may include Tosh, Dee Monkey, Park Shrimp, Calvin’s Shrimp and Francnsnaelda. Anglers may still encounter kelts which need returned carefully to the river as well as bright new spring salmon. Please try to ensure your fish is unhooked in the river and any pictures taken when you are returning your salmon to the river.

As always there is a great amount of fishing availability on the FishDee website during March. The weather looks ideal for angling this week so if anglers can manage a visit to the river then please do so. A 3 day break at this time of year can yield some rewards with some of the local hotels doing special Fishermans rates for 3 days stays or more. There is good value to be found at the Tor Na Coille Hotel, Banchory Lodge, Raemoir House Hotel, Burnett Arms, British Legion and Douglas Hotel, all located in Banchory, where you will find rates of between £60 to £80 per night for B and B for single occupancy in a double room. Franco’s Restaurant in Banchory has launched a fisherman’s dinner menu with 3 courses for £10 which is great value. I do hope anglers will visit this establishment in good numbers to enjoy this special offer we have negotiated with Franco. Anglers have been commenting really favourably at how well they are being looked after by Ghillies on the river and also the local bars, restaurants and hotels. It is also pleasing to hear how supportive anglers are about the tighter Biosecurity protocols put in place this year. All anglers are being asked to have their waders and any landing nets sprayed with a mild disinfectant prior to commencing fishing. It’s a quick procedure that will help the river and prevent ingress of unwanted pathogens and non native species entering the watercourse. Anglers should be aware the River Dee Trust has launched a spring raffle where tickets are on sale in fishing huts, Orvis in Banchory and the Tor Na Coille Hotel, with very nice prizes to be won. Please write with any news of catches or anecdotes to ken@riverdee.org so I can share this news in the weekly report and FishDee blog. Copyright FishDee







Aidan Coull





Wedding Day at Balmoral



MIKAEL FRÖDIN MASTER CLASS KHARLOVKA /LITZA 13-20 JULY 2013
2013-03-05  11:04

Because of a small groups late cancelation there is now a chance to join the ASR summer master class with Mikael Frödin. The week is just after prime time a good chance for great fishing and also a week that will give you the two small power points every day and also personal coaching on the river. A great week of sharing of experience - all to become a better salmon angler. Price 7 400 USD



ADH fullpackat som vanligt!
2013-03-04  08:46

Helgen hos ADH I Peine Tyskland var som vanligt galet hektisk. Flera företag var där och i Guidelines team fanns Allan Block, Christopher Rowens och undertecknad. Under lördagen var det besöksrekord, lite mindre folk som vanligt under söndagen men totalt säkert över 1000 personer - fantastiskt bra!
Christopher gjorde sin enkla och mycket pedagogiska kast uppvisning. Jag band lite nya flies med de nya FITS och SSS materialen. Allan hade fullt upp att serva testkastare vid den lilla dammen. Scandilinorna,LXi och även Reaction och Triple D tilldrog sig stort intresse!
Nästa stopp Helsinki!









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