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Bilen packad - Mörrum here i come!
2012-03-29  06:40

Så allt i bilen, en del nya flies bundna.. ryktet talar om varmt vatten ca 9 grader redan. Måste vara rekord för mars! Låter som blänkarläge - ska bli kul!
...men först 70 mil i bil!

River Dee Rapport - 26 mars
2012-03-28  09:43

Recent Catches

A continuation of drought conditions on Deeside coupled with unseasonable and remarkable daytime temperatures has made fishing extremely difficult for anglers and Ghillies. With the mercury rising to over 22 degrees yesterday on Deeside, I looked at the river from my balcony and haven’t seen the water as low for the time of year. Anglers fished extremely well last week to produce 57 salmon and a sea trout from FishDee beats, trying every trick in the book to get a fish. Well done to the anglers and Ghillies for producing these catch returns given the conditions. Invery reported 8 for their week, Ballogie 6 and Birse 5 with other beats from Park to Dinnet reporting the odd few.

I phoned around a number of our Ghillies this morning to get their thoughts which are extremely helpful. Alex Coutts, the experienced Ghillie at Aboyne Castle beat cannot remember a March like this and whilst seeing fresh fish in the beat pools, he was only able to report kelts being caught and released. I spoke to Brain Brogan, Ghillie at Cairnton, which did produce 4 salmon for the week. Brian advised that they had 4 fish for the week with a sea liced 8lb salmon from the Grey Mare on a size 14 executioner on Saturday. Another angler during the week had fished through another pool a couple of times and then decided to fish a large Sunray Shadow through it. He was really pleased to hook and land a 12lb salmon after seeing fish move. They had another couple of fish around 7 and 8 lbs during the week. Fish were being hooked during very bright conditions proving perseverance can pay off. Robert Harper advised that they have the odd new fish coming forward and kelts dropping back downstream. Anglers are fishing with all sizes of flies and working away but it is tough, and will remain so until we get a rise of river to bring new fish forward in decent numbers. Some fish will perhaps have dropped back downstream due to the low water conditions waiting to run upstream again. I have heard of an angler catching a fish down in Aberdeen, where fish are starting to hold up. Sean Stanton, Ballogie Estates Head Ghillie, has an excellent blog which is updated regularly. You can view this at http://theballogiebeats.blogspot.co.uk/ and see local reports and images of fish being landed from their beats. Sean comments there ‘Conditions have now become very hard! Bright sunshine combined with very low water has meant that fishing the pools is becoming hard work, with all the fish now lying in the streamy necks and tails of the pools, we have very limited areas to fish.

The ever enthusiastic Philippe Koehler, a regular visitor from France dropped me an e-mail commending the service from the River Dee Ghillies advising ‘Hi Ken, 4 Frenchy’s back from the Royal Dee. No fresh fish for us this week, but very good moment on the river and with the Ghillies. Special thanks for Willie (Tilbouries) for Kevin (Altries) and Charlie (Park South). We fished very hard and they were very kind with us and supporting. We try everything but only kelts were taking our fly. Kind regards, Philippe’.

As always please let me know how you get on by dropping me an e-mail to ken@riverdee.org with any anecdotes and pictures about your experiences on the river. Ken Reid © FishDee Ltd.


Beat Catches Reported

Week ending 12:00 on Mon 19th Mar 2012
SALMON & GRILSE: Park 1, Lower Crathes and W Durris 4, Knappach 1, Crathes 3, Invery 8, Lower Blackhall 1, Little Blackhall and Inchmarlo 1, Middle Blackhall 2, Cairnton 4, Commonty 1, Sluie 1, Ballogie 6, Borrowston 1, Kincardine 5, Carlogie 2, Dess 3, Birse 5, Aboyne Water 1, Craigendinnie 1, Waterside and Ferrar 1, Dinnet 3, Deecastle 2, Total 57
SEA TROUT: Altries and Lower Drum 1, Total 1


Prospects

Prospects are not looking encouraging on the fishing front but are great if you want to go home with a suntan! The Met Office is suggesting that yesterdays record high of 22.8 degrees may be exceeded today. The forecast is suggesting it will remain very bright and warm for the next few days with perhaps over night frosts and coastal Haar which may come up the valley during the late afternoon and evenings. It is unseasonably warm and the river is extremely low, and fishing is really quite dour and challenging for anglers and Ghillies alike. There is light at the end of the tunnel though with the Met Office suggesting that it will turn cooler towards the weekend with freshening north westerly winds and perhaps light rain. In the longer term they are suggesting that the weather will cool down and we shall see more seasonable weather with perhaps some hill snow next week! If we do get rain and cooler temperatures then anglers and Ghillies will be more optimistic. Will the forecast materialise into reality? Well only time will tell, but all anglers need a bit of optimism. The maritime influence sees tides dropping back now from 4.0 metres to 3.2 metres at the weekend so I don’t expect to hear of good runs making their way upstream. I expect salmon will remain at sea until conditions improve significantly and allow them to run upstream.

As we are now into British summertime and experiencing conditions like it then anglers and Ghillies will be adopting tactics to suit summer conditions, with some anglers fishing mornings and evenings. Fish may become a bit more responsive at first light and late in the evening and stealth will be required to try and winkle a fish out of the pool necks. Heed the wise advice of your Ghillie and remember they will know where on their beat the likely taking fish might be encountered. There will be little point in fishing heavy Skagit fly lines under the current conditions with small double handed rods and trout rods perhaps coming to the fore with lighter lines and longer leaders. As to fly choice then the smaller and lighter dressed flies may be more productive but ring the changes and be prepared to experiment. I would imagine a size 14 Crathie fly would be more productive than a size 8 cascade!

If you find you have the wrong flies with you for your fishing trip then pay a visit to some of our super retailers; George Strachan’s store in Aboyne or the Kincardine O’Neil Post office have a great selection of Dee flies tied by the enterprising Ballogie estates Ghillie Sean Stanton, at very attractive prices. These venues also provide great sandwiches for visiting angler’s luncheon etc and of course the highly popular Dalmore Dee Dram. The Orvis store in Banchory also has a great selection of flies to choose from and equipment to hire. Please ensure visiting anglers sign the Gyrodactylus salaris declaration forms. These are vitally important to the Dee District Salmon Fisheries Board, ensuring all visitors are vigilant in ensuring we take necessary precautions and don’t see this devastating parasite wiping out our stocks of salmon. If you are not offered one to sign then I would urge you to please ask for one to be provided to you prior to commencing fishing.

As always please let me know how you get on by dropping me an e-mail to ken@riverdee.org with any anecdotes and pictures about your experiences on the river.
Ken Reid © FishDee Ltd.


Philippe Koehler and fishing colleagues

Söndagen sista mässdagen!
2012-03-25  20:46

Avslutningen på mässan var ganska lugn. Hysterin ibland gäddbetena var påtaglig men på flugsidan var det ganska lugnt - synd många missade en riktigt bra mässa här fanns all från superpuppor till kameler med spöhållare!

För mig var det nog trevligast hos Martin på stora scenen och vid flugbindningsbordet i Guidelinemontern så klart!

laxljuget i gång

....o ännu värre blir det...

hmmm ..snacka om Wanna bee....

Lördag bra tryck!
2012-03-24  21:37

Lördagen var bra , mycket folk, positivitet och kul att delta!
Akvariet är en succé även om att visa linsjunk blir lite trist jämfört med hur gäddbeten simmar.
Vad som är viktigast är dock en annan sak!

Guideline montern fick celebert besök då Orri Vigfuson från Island kom. NASF orförande och skapare är en san hjälte! Ingen har räddad fler laxar än han - fantastiskt!

Orri tackade ja till uppdraget att skriva ett av förorden till boken - skönt!









Första mässdagen i Kista!
2012-03-23  19:24

Fredagen var lugn som vanligt. En skön atmosför men inte så mycket folk. Lite speciellt var det med det stora akvariet där Håkan och jag körde en liten lintestningspryl... I morgon filmar vi det och lägger ut här!

Några schyssta flies blev det och de nya Heta Braidfärgerna var så klart en riktig hit!







Laxkungen 60 bast!
2012-03-23  18:16

Hela ligan samlad på söder för att fira laxkungen Roger Ahlfors. jag känner få som brinner så för sitt laxfiske och få sås stora personer...och då menar jag inte bara kroppen!

Grattis Kungen!


skål!

Från de närmast sörjande...

En äkta Hardy...jaaaa!

andra Em dagen....
2012-03-21  07:27

Efter lite sovmorgon gick turen till Island Pool . Jag lyckades efter diverse djävuls vadning landa 2 fina fiskar varav en ganska välmatad hane på 83 cm var den största. Mitt på dagen trött på tunga linor och bottennapp gjorde jag ett besök i Seapool. flyt int sjunk 2 och en vit Samurai fiskad högt gav 2 fina fiskar.. Härligt kändes som det blev lite mer riktigt fiske när man fick jobba för att speeda upp flugan 0och inte tvärtom. Kul med den vita Samuraien den blir vass soliga laxdagar!

Fram på eftermiddagen var det dags att styra kosan hemåt. Bara ett par dagars lugn sen mässa i Kista!







Premiär på Em!
2012-03-21  07:17

Så var årets Empremiär avklarad! Det blev en blåsig tillställning med ganska tröga firrar. 36 m2 och en vattentemp som sjönk från 4 till ca 3 grader. Inte optimalt alltså. Jag fick några fiskar och får väl var ganska nöjd med min bästa en 6 kilos från norra sidan på Stone pool.
Jag fiskade 13,7 LeCie10-11 med en 5-6a på samt 14,8 Reaction med en 135. Bästa fluga var en Pahtakorva puzzy i ca 8cm storlek.

Tyvärr lades sorti på stämningen av att Göran Ulfsparre samtidigt kämpade på sjukhuset i Kalmar. Låt oss alla sända en tanke till honom och hoppas att han kan få vara tillbaka på Em på fredag då han firar sin 85 års dag.













Veckans artikel - Stora laxar på korta spön
2012-03-20  00:07

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2012-03-12  20:20

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River Dee Rapport - 12 mars
2012-03-12  19:05

Recent Catches

Salmon anglers worked hard for rewards last week on Deeside with FishDee beats reporting 50 salmon to 26lbs for the week. Fish were creeping up through low water with Ballogie reporting 7, Invery 5, Little Blackhall & Inchmarlo and Borrowston reporting 4 for the week. Pockets of new fish are creeping through with some nice specimens being seen moving through the beats. There are numbers of kelts dropping back downstream as the water has warmed up with water temperatures reported to be around 7 degrees Celsius.

I visited new Dess beat owner Jeremy Clayton last week who had some fine fishermen fishing his beat last week, including Lawrie Hickman, Paul Devlin, Matt Hayes and Ed Brown. I was delighted to meet up with the party for a fine dinner at the Tor Na Coille hotel where a beaming Lawrie Hickman, from Guideline, told me of his success with a fine Springer estimated at 26lbs. Lawrie had landed an earlier fish of around 14lbs in the morning and he decided to go back to the top of the pool and fish down again when the big fish took his fly. He had a great scrap with the fish and was delighted to see it swim off safely.

I was delighted to receive correspondence from Karl Revel, Invery beat Ghillie who advised ‘Hi Ken, very little to report but on Thursday I enjoyed sharing the excitement of Simon Neighbour from Fareham in Surrey when he caught his first ever salmon in the Kirk Pot, a 12 pounder which took his Helmsdale Tackle 1" Red Frances. This fish took our total for the season to 50. Later the same day using the same fly, he landed a 13 pounder in the Killing Hatch. On Friday a Sean Stanton tied 1/2" Purple Frances proved successful for Loomis rep/casting instructor David Burgess attracting a 9 pound fish from Birkwood. Simon rounded off a memorable week for himself on Saturday with a 6lb salmon from Pantoch.’ Visiting angler Charles Jeffrey, who some may recall had the joint biggest salmon on opening day, was back on Deeside for a few days fishing with Brian Sim and Cleeve Cowie at Crathes and was again successful. Charles advised ‘Home after 3 good days with Brian and Cleve at Crathes. Muggins managed a 15/16lb fish on Tuesday and my colleague John Laurie scored yesterday. Both fish caught on a Black Frances. Charles.’ I was also pleased to hear that David Ramsay had a lovely Springer at Craigendinnie when I popped down to thank him for supporting the River Dee Trust. David is a great supporter of the work of the Trust and he has been very generous in supporting some of the important projects on the river that are ongoing. River Dee Trust and Dee District Salmon Fisheries Board chairman Ian Scott was also successful last week with a fish from Aboyne Castle.

Many thanks on behalf of the FishDee team to anglers who have been booking fishing through the FishDee website. Bookings are 25% up on the same time last year and it is very heartening to see many anglers in Deeside supporting the local economy. There are good numbers of rods available over the next few months when we hope to see numbers of spring salmon arriving in ever increasing numbers to fill the pools of the river.

As always please let me know how you get on by dropping me an e-mail to ken@riverdee.org with any anecdotes and pictures about your experiences on the river. Ken Reid © FishDee Ltd.


Beat Catches Reported

SALMON & GRILSE: Aboyne Water 1, Ballogie 7, Birse 1, Borrowston 4, Craigendinnie 2, Carlogie 1, Commonty 1, Cairnton 2, Crathes 2, Deecastle 2, Dess 3, Dinnet 2, Invery 5, Kincardine 1, Knappach 1, Little Blackhall and Inchmarlo 4, Lower Crathes and W Durris 2, Lower Blackhall 2, Middle Blackhall 1, Middle Drum 1, Park 2, Tilbouries 2, Waterside and Ferrar 1, Total 50


Prospects

With the river at summer low at present we all hope to see a good amount of rainfall to encourage a good run of spring salmon in from the sea. The weather forecasters are not providing too much optimism on that front, however there is a chance of a bit of rainfall later in the week. I was advised that temperatures rose to 18 degrees Celsius on Deeside yesterday and the met office are suggesting another reasonable mild week with the chance of a touch of frost overnight. Winds are predominately from a westerly direction however as the temps rise during the day it is common for an upstream breeze to spring up in the afternoons. The maritime influence indicates tide are dropping back this week from 4.4 metres to 3.5 metres and rising on Sunday to 3.7 metres. There may be some fish that decide to move forward into the river and they will move swiftly upstream.

With low water Ghillies will be working very hard to keep anglers fishing hard and provide good sound advice. Patience and stealth will be the order of the day and with the river running low anglers will need to fish lighter lines to help minimise disturbance when casting their flies. Heed the wise counsel of your beat Ghillie and be prepared to fish in the areas they suggest. If you don’t have the services of a Ghillie to call on you may find fishing a floating line advantageous with a small tube or dressed double. Salmon will also take Frances tube flies fished deep but you may have to accept you may snag some on the river bed. Fish will perhaps make an appearance in your beat some point during your day and you will have to persevere. When you have a break it is also nice to sit awhile and appreciate the beauty of your surroundings and flora and fauna becoming more active.

If you find you have the wrong flies with you for your fishing trip then pay a visit to some of our super retailers; George Strachan’s store in Aboyne or the Kincardine O’Neil Post office have a great selection of Dee flies tied by the enterprising Ballogie estates Ghillie Sean Stanton, at very attractive prices. These venues also provide great sandwiches for visiting angler’s luncheon etc and of course the highly popular Dalmore Dee Dram. The Orvis store in Banchory also has a great selection of flies to choose from and equipment to hire. Please ensure visiting anglers sign the Gyrodactylus salaris declaration forms. These are vitally important to the Dee District Salmon Fisheries Board, ensuring all visitors are vigilant in ensuring we take necessary precautions and don’t see this devastating parasite wiping out our stocks of salmon. If you are not offered one to sign then I would urge you to please ask for one to be provided to you prior to commencing fishing.

Finally for anglers looking for a nice accommodation in the middle Dee I can advise that Ballogie House is available for rental to anglers. This lovely detached property nestles in beautiful surroundings on the magnificent 6000-acre Ballogie Estate, in the heart of Royal Deeside. Extensively refurbished throughout, the accommodation is finished to a high standard and is a wonderful property for larger groups or family gatherings, for special occasions or a memorable holiday. Bookings this year can BE made through www.scottish-country-cottages.co.uk  (a member of the Hoseasons Group)

As always please let me know how you get on by dropping me an e-mail to ken@riverdee.org with any anecdotes and pictures about your experiences on the river. Ken Reid © FishDee Ltd.

Lawrie Hickman with a fine salmon from Dess estimated at 26lbs-the biggest reported this year from the River Dee.

David Ramsay from Aboyne caught this beautifully fresh salmon at Craigendinnie.

ASR har ny hemsida!
2012-03-08  17:22

The Atlantic Salmon Reserve has a new website!
 
We still have a lot of fine tuning yet to do including reformatting the new site to work smoothly with smart phones and tablets, in addition to adding many more photos and fishing clips.
 
We would like to remind you that there are still some great opportunities available on the Kharlovka and Rynda camps for the upcoming salmon season!
 
Please take a moment to have another look: [Klicka här]
 
We are looking forward to hearing back from you with your comments!

7 av 12 kapitel klara!
2012-03-07  15:13

Det är häftigt att skriva bok - skithäftigt!

Någon har liknat det vid att föda barn ...säkert häftigt det med, det finns en del smärta i att bli med bok men jag tror jag föredrar den!

Veckans artikel - Chilimpsi
2012-03-06  23:39

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River Dee Rapport - 5 mars
2012-03-06  23:21

Recent Catches

Fluctuating air temperatures seemed to really unsettle the fish during the week as Monday saw FishDee beats report 20 plus fish and then the weather changed and cooled significantly and catches fell away during the week when Friday and Saturday saw only 3 and 2 Springers reported caught for these days. The water temperatures, which were unseasonably high, plummeted quite significantly and that seemed to make the fish very dour and unresponsive. The week’s total reported by FishDee beats was 59 salmon to 22lbs with Invery reporting 9 for the week, Ballogie and Lower Crathes reported 7 each for the week. Lower Crathes was top beat for the month in terms of rod catches with 48 salmon reported with Invery just one behind on 47. These were great results for these beats where fish were reported to be responding well to the hard working anglers efforts in these beats. Other beats however found it tough going in February with fish flying through normally very reliable lower beats.

As always I am really grateful for correspondence and Anne Rodger reported nothing was forthcoming to her Hairy Mary. Dr Patrick Taylor was again back on Deeside with the intrepid Dr Ade Warburton, along with some talented Tay fishermen at Commonty, and they did have some success with Dr Taylor reporting ’Commonty fished well for the first three days of the week, even with low water, and we managed 6 fish to our 3 rods. There are plenty of kelts still in the system, but fresh fish are moving through. For the back-end of the week, fish were moving, but not that much action. Dr Ade Warburton lost a cracking fish in the Garden Pool on Friday morning, the fish straightened his hook! For our week, we were joined by some Tay-side fishers who’d not fished Commonty and they all agreed that it’s a great beat. Plenty of banter and a good laugh - so even if the fish weren’t interested, we had a great time. All fish were on your typical Spring Dee patterns Black/Yellow/Silver/Blue - albeit a Green Highlander derivative also worked - so you never know - back-end of the week just need to try something different. Thanks go to Ghillie Ian Fraser for looking after our party and providing advice and tuition where needed (mostly me!).’

Invery Ghillie Karl Revel very kindly provided some more news; I am really most grateful when Ghillies provide news to share with our angling fraternity who love to hear how the river is doing. Karl advised ’Hi Ken, I look forward to hearing about your London trip. Top rod on Invery this week was Dougie Miller from Kinross with three fish. All were caught using a one inch Red Frances tied by his fishing buddy and expert flytyer Ken McEwan. His third fish, a 10 pounder from the S-Pool, brought the beat’s total for February to 47! Tight lines! Karl.’

Well talking about London, it seems appropriate to report that the River Dee Trust hosted the fundraising auction at the Savile club last Thursday which was attended by around 80 people. The auction was a great success and virtually all of the lots attracted a successful bid on the night, either just below or well above guide price. It is hoped around £40,000 will have been raised once all the lots have been allocated to the winning bidders and income received. Thanks to all involved and the wonderful hosts at the Savile Club who really ensured the night was memorable. The speakers, including Ian Scott and Fiona Armstrong were very entertaining, and the auctioneer Bernard Williams from Christies showed once again he is the best in the business and has a really tremendous sense of humour. Finally I would like to thank all the very kind friends of the Dee who donated the fabulous auction lots to help with the ongoing restoration work on the River Dee.
As always please let me know how you get on by dropping me an e-mail to ken@riverdee.org with any anecdotes and pictures about your experiences on the river. Ken Reid © FishDee Ltd.


Beat Catches Reported

SALMON & GRILSE: Culter 1, Tilbouries 1, Park 4, Lower Crathes and W Durris 7, Invery 9, Lower Blackhall 1, Little Blackhall and Inchmarlo 1, Middle Blackhall 3, Commonty 6, Ballogie 7, Borrowston 3, Kincardine 1, Carlogie 3, Dess 3, Birse 1, Aboyne Water 2, Craigendinnie 3, Waterside and Ferrar 1, Headinch and Cambus O’May 2.
Total: 59 Largest: Carlogie 22lbs
SEA TROUT: None reported
TROUT: None reported


Prospects

Now that virtually all the River Dee beats have anglers coming in droves to fish, we hope that the salmon inhabiting the pools co-operate and provide great sport. The weather forecast for the next few days shows high pressure dominating ensuring reasonably calm weather. Air temperature maxima will be around 10 degrees Celsius with overnight lows dipping below zero. There will be generally light variable winds and some light precipitation, perhaps the odd snow shower on the hill tops; a spate is not expected during the week. River levels are quite low for the time of year so anglers will have to use a bit of stealth. The maritime influence shows tides building during the week from 3.7 metres to 4.6 metres.

Ghillies will be keeping their fingers crossed that salmon will be co-operative in their beats and give anglers a chance for sport. Deeside Ghillies will be providing real encouragement and advice to anglers so please heed their wise counsel. If you don’t have the services of a Ghillie to call on then you may try fishing with a full floater with sink tip or intermediate line with dressed doubles, perhaps 6-8 or small tubes or conehead of perhaps 1 to 1.5 inches. The monkey or Sunray fished high in the water may produce some sport for those wishing to experiment with a stripped lure. Patterns to try are Black and Yellow, Black and Blue, Park shrimp, Snaelda and Frances flies and don’t worry if the flies are lightly dressed, that may be advantageous. Be patient as always and persevere.

If you arrive with the wrong flies expecting big cold water then don’t panic. You can call into George Strachan’s store in Aboyne or the Kincardine O’Neil Post office and get a great selection of Dee flies tied by the enterprising Ballogie estates Ghillie Sean Stanton, at very attractive prices. These venues also provide great sandwiches for visiting angler’s luncheon etc and of course the highly popular Dalmore Dee Dram. The Orvis store in Banchory also has a great selection of flies to choose from and equipment to hire. Please ensure visiting anglers sign the Gyrodactylus salaris declaration forms. These are vitally important to the Dee District Salmon Fisheries Board, ensuring all visitors are vigilant in ensuring we take necessary precautions and don’t see this devastating parasite wiping out our stocks of salmon. If you are not offered one to sign then I would urge you to please ask for one to be provided to you prior to commencing fishing.

As always please let me know how you get on by dropping me an e-mail to ken@riverdee.org with any anecdotes and pictures about your experiences on the river. Ken Reid © FishDee Ltd.

Dr Patrick Taylor with a nice salmon landed at Commonty

Mark Bilsby, River Director left, Fiona Armstrong centre and Randall Nicol Ballogie Estates proprietor

Visitors to the event included Paul Whitehouse left and speaker Fiona Armstrong centre

Filmning och mässa -full fart i Tyskland
2012-03-05  11:03

Söndagen drog igång tidigt! Alex Och Dianas lilla studio fylldes med SSS prylar. Vi gjorde en liten instruktionsfilm till SSS materialen. Det för att sprida kunskap och tekniker. Det är så lätt att första varför SSS är unikt om man får se hur det är tänkt att användas! Hoppas att det blev bra Mikkeli Blue var mönstret som ikläddes SSS materialen.

Därefter gjorde vi en liten flugfilm som i fjol. Moonshine var mönstret som dyker upp här snart!

Mässan som följde var välbesökt och bra. Kul att Leif Stävmo visade upp sig för folket. Han är för bra för att sitta gömd på ett kontor i Göteborg.
Flyg till Köpenhamn och damp sent ner i Skåne, trött men nöjd!

Almost proffesional studio - nice!

Lördag i Tyskland!
2012-03-05  10:45

Fullt drag på mässan hos ADH som vanligt. Kanske tusentalet besökare vad vet jag. Det var svårt att se över folkmassan. Lite fräckt är det ju när man drar igång en flugbindning och det vips står folk i femdubbla led! Tyvärr hade inte Alex fått in all Braid av mina nyheter var det nog den som rönte störst intresse - inte så konstigt bättre än allt till såväl stora som småflugor kroppar som ribbing - bättre!!! Sliten och imorgon börjar vi med filminspelning!

ADH - duktiga och ambitiösa är de bland de bästa i Europa!

lite trångt men funkade som vanligt fint!

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