Herring and Randers Fjord (Denmark) what do you say about that? It’s a crowd-puller, without comparison, when the herring come in to Randers Fjord to spawn, When is that? It’s in April. March – April, depending on the water temperature. Herring prefer not to spawn before the water temperature is around 11 degrees centigrade. Here […]
We are on the way down to, Voer, Randers Fjord, in Denmark, to see if there are any herring to be caught. Just rround the corner is the Fjord Center, a visiting center where one can hire a boat, and where there are exhibitions about the Fjord. Amongst other things. I have been here today […]
A number of different species of forage fish are referred to as herring The most abundant is the Atlantic herring Herring are found worldwide in tropical and temperate ocean waters. Some species can even enter freshwater rivers. They travel together in large schools. Herring feed on plankton at night in upwelling zones, after spending the […]
June 14th, 2014, Rugaard Bay in Denmark, the peninsula Djursland angling in midsummer. A guy here has caught a reasonably nice sea trout. It’s lying just here. Might be difficult to see – a bit less than 50 centimeters long, in really good shape. They went fishing with a plan to catch some flounders. He […]
We are in east-Jutland, Djursland, Denmark, in Northern Europe, at one of Djurslands most remote beaches. The purpose is a sea-trout walk, in part to take a look at a good sea trout fishing spot, and in part to recommend a good walk. One drives to the end of Glatved Strandvej, and gets to on […]
Let’s eat Sushi~! Let me see….. Okay. Salmon First 🙂 Salmon is swimming in my mouth. Oh yes. Second Salmon. okay… There is Shrimp! You thought I forget you Well, better texture. octopus!!!!!! I really missed it. yeah. Salmon. you are the best. Well, it was not bad. Too fish. Lemonade Time!!!!!!
Hi everyone, it’s Ssoyoung. Today I will be trying a monkfish. It’s my first time seeing alive monkfish. Its mouth is this much big. Please click go back button if you feel uncomfortable with watching alive monkfish. Let me take it out first. If you get bitten, your hand will be gone. I will be […]
Over the past 30 years, an intensive open-net fish farm industry has been established on the west coast, throughout indigenous territories occupied by British Columbia and Washington State. The sockeye salmon return of the Fraser river watershed, the largest salmon run in Canada, was decimated by a construction-related rock slide in 1914 and was slow […]