“It’s the middle of summer in central Norway. It’s a time when thousands of insects leave their larva molts and ascend to the surface of the water. They are rushing to mate, to continue the existence of their species, all in rather short time.
Meanwhile fish are also immune to shallower waters closer to shore. They instinctively know that there is more food under the tree in the river, a real feast for the fish beginning.
But fish are not the only ones who are moving towards the shore. Every fly fisher knows that this is the best time for dry fly fishing. This grayling has set up camp near the shore where food is plenty. We see a big grayling rising, completely inside the bushes, so we will sneak in and try somehow to present the fly…. ”