"Baltic Beauties"

“The sun poked out as we reached our destination. Kerteminde, a typical Danish fishing port, sits at the mouth of a shallow fjord on the island of Fyn, wedged between the mainland Jutland and the major island of Zealand. Fyn, with its 1,100 kilometers of coastline and brackish waters, is known for its sea trout of well over nine kilograms; commercial fishermen net fish over 18 kilograms. The fish migrate upriver each autumn to spawn, returning to the sea in spring.” Steve Percy writes about learning to fly fish for sea trout on the Danish coast, and the Wall Street Journal actually posts pictures of fly patterns (!).

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