Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Day One

I just created this blog.

Here is a picture of Nokisenkoski. It's nice little stretch of river between two lakes in eastern Finland.

Populations of brown trout, grayling and whitefish offer some good sport for fishermen living nearby.

Caddisflies are normally the single most important insect family here. But at this time of the year it is February Red stone fly that hatches and creates first real dry fly fishing opportunities of the year.

(Below is picture of me and my son for the blogger profile and an image for this site.)

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