Fly fishing wild Europe, up north there is this unspolied river. The long walk will be rewarded
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Mayflies, yellow sally and other stoneflies, small sedges, midges almost any order seem represented in the orgiastic hatching scene of feeding fish. With some difficulties in the fog of punkie bugs I manage to mount a dry fly and catch numbers of trout and grayling for a good hour before exhausting the energy and decide to head back. With regret though, the area looked real promising and in about 500 m. the river would become again narrower. Withal in the open it is wise to know the limits, we have no food with us and yet a long stretch to walk back.