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Thread: Scandanavian Bog Fishing

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    Scandanavian Bog Fishing

    Just stumbled across this on Youtube and I thought it might be interesting for some of you guys as I had never seen this kind of fishing before.

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    awesome.i wonder those bogs must be all connected and hes just walking on a thick crust? nice fish to.

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    Looks like a place not to be in the dark.
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    I was thinking that perhaps the permafrost keeps the bog solid enough to walk on? Not especially sure how that all works as I've never heard of anything similar here, which is probably a good thing since lots of my friends tend to wander around quite a bit on overnighters out in the woods!

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    I wonder if its like limestone tunnels under there?
    Water looked crystal clear and not boggey to my mind.
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    That's pretty mint, good aim with the fly

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    Ice fishing now bog fishing Any sort of fishing rocks my boat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Ice fishing now bog fishing Any sort of fishing rocks my boat
    I had an idea for a business that was guided tree tops fishing Dundee but it never took off.
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    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    Very cool.

    A lot of effort for a 1kg sardine though
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    Very interesting landform...reading the title bog made me think that you would not readily eat a trout from a bog as in bog as we know bog
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