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Custom Colored Parts

Posted by Magnus Hav on

Pimp up your Einarsson Plus reel and make it more outstanding with a custom colored set of brake knob, spool knob and brake knob screw. Available for all Plus reels, model 2014 and newer in blue, red and orange. NOTE! If you are interested in buying custom colored parts, please send mail to sales@einarsson.com and let us know the serial number of the reel the parts are intended for so we can send the right ones. You find the serial number on the inside of the reel frame, just take the spool off and you should see it right away.

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“It is not the fish we are after”

Posted by Magnus Hav on

My journey into fly fishing. Post by Per Arneberg. I grew up with a dad who was my idol. Spending time with him was fun, exciting, and I always wanted to be like him. Growing up we spent summers hiking into the mountains of Telemark, to our log cabin camp. The journey in by foot is roughly two hours. The valley meanders along a string of lakes along the way, each with its own row boat, and each with its own healthy stock of vibrant, wild brown trout.   We used to fish quite a bit with the row boat, harling...

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Gaula June

Posted by Magnus Hav on

Post by Simon Kitcher. June has now passed; during this month many thousands of salmon have passed the Agdenes peninsula on the outer South Trøndelag coast in middle Norway before travelling through the Trondheim fjord on their homeward journey to the river Gaula.  Hugging the rocky coastline the fish travel in year class schools past the ripening wheat fields of Byneset, the bread basket of middle Norway, before entering the river at Melhus – where the salt of the fjord meets the freshwater of the Gaula. Spring came early to Gaudal this year, the heat of the May sunshine quickly...

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The Travellers Return

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Blog post by: Simon Kitcher It is still cold here in Yorkshire – very cold by English standards, with the frozen ground remaining like brown concrete late into the afternoon.  All thoughts are focused on the changing seasons as we wait for spring to lift the sap and our spirits from the cold grip of winter.  Portents of change such snowdrops on the woodland floor and the raucous reengagement of the rooks with their scruffy wind-blown nests invite us to contemplate the delicious thought of another springs beauty around the corner.  The wonderful spring, full of the energetic scent, colour,...

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Iceland, The fisherman’s paradise and a few pointers for your first visit

Posted by Alan Matthews on

Why do many including myself believe Iceland to be the fisherman’s paradise for quality fly fishing for salmon and trout?  What is a fisherman’s paradise anyway?  It’s a place with magnificent scenery, a place where you spend your day on the river undisturbed by anything man-made, where the only sound to be heard is the river, the fly line on the water (which at times sounds very loud), and even sometimes the splash of a fish jumping right next to you.  Most importantly, it’s a place with rivers and lakes that are abundant with wild game fish.  That’s the word...

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