Sindre Mittet Aandalsnes, Norway sm@salmologic.com

Sindre Mittet
Aandalsnes, Norway
sm@salmologic.com

I am a 42-year old guy who lives in Aandalsnes, Norway.  I live here with my partner and my dog, Korak.  I work as a policeman, with special responsibilities for investigations and drug-related crimes. 

My huge passion in my free time is fly fishing.
I landed my first silvery, fresh salmon in the summer of ’95 from the beautiful river Rauma.  After that, I was completely entranced, and since then I have devoted more or less all my free time to fly fishing.  Over the years, I have mostly fished for salmon and sea trout in Norway, but I have also experienced adventurous trips to New Zealand, Canada, Iceland, Denmark and not least Scotland, where it all started on the beautiful river Dee.

Naturally, over the years, my passion for fly fishing has given me knowledge and valuable experience of casting technique, choice of tackle and not least the ability to read the conditions in a river.

In recent years, I have therefore guided and taught people to fly fish, on request.

I have always thought that all too many of us fly fishers do not differentiate between casting a fly and fishing a fly.  There is a similar large difference between kicking a football and playing football. 

As a fly fisherman, I prefer to strive for a constant foundation of control and technique with a continuous search for perfect presentation.  With this approach, the physical effort is reduced significantly, the effectiveness is increased and the experience of being by the river is greatly enhanced.

I am convinced that Salmologic will give you an advantage in your search for the ultimate fishing experience.
I am proud to present myself as an ambassador for Salmologic and to be a part of this unique team.

I will therefore endeavor to contribute to the venture with my best efforts, engagement and passion, by giving great service and professional advice. 

You are always welcome to contact me!

Check Sindres website at www.flyfishws.com

 

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