River Karup is probably the most famous Danish river due to its
     excellent seatrout fishing. At one time the World record belonged
     to river Karup with a giant seatrout of 14,4 kg.  Nowadays, seatrouts
     of +10 kg are taken each year in the little magnificent river.
     The river is easily fished with one-hand as well as two-hand rods
     at most places and tube flies as well as double and single hook flies
     are in use by the river. Patterns such as the Red Tag Palmer, Simple
     Blue Man, Johannes, T & L, Nieren as well as other local variants
     of well known patterns are all in use by the river...
     The river is clear/brownish and most often the water level is about
     1-2 meters in depth. The river is a comparable small river, which makes
     it easy to fish with one-hand as well as two-hand rods. Most places the
     river is easily fished without vegetation to disturb casting if doing
     overhead casts.
     The seatrout normally begins to enter the river in late April-mid May
     and then continues to run during most of the season. In July you will
     often see good runs that within a day or two will be way up the river.


    This course aims at presenting you for both daytime and
    nighttime fishing for the seatrout. Here you will have a

    thorough introduction to:

      ::  Fly casting methods (overhand/Spey/switch)
      ::  Flies used by the river, leaders...
      ::  Seatrout lies
      ::  The Seatrout Centre at Trevad where you will hear
          about concervation projects, fish breeding etc.
      ::  Night fishing tactics
      ::  Line intake, getting the flow
      ::  Fishing with tube flies...
      ::  and a number of other issues...
   PROGRAMME 03. - 09. August 2014
     Saturday, afternoon:  Arrival and accomodation
     Sunday , 09.00 am: Welcome/introduction & fishing
     Monday, 09.00 am - Tuesday 18.00: Seatrout Fishing   
     Wednesday 05.00 - 09.00 am: Seatrout fishing
                       21.00 - 03.00 am: Night time fishing
     Thursday 22.00 - 05.00 am: Night time fishing 
     Friday 16.00 - 22.00 am: Seatrout fishing. 
     Saturday 09.00 - 12.00 am: Seatrout fishing/Diploma/See you 
                                              next year... 


     Price is  $1.855,- / € 1.385,- which includes: 

    ::  Accomodation at Hotel Karup � (singleroom, 7 nights) & all meals
    ::  Fishing licenses, state permit (6 fishing days)
    ::  Guiding (6 days - approx. 8 hours per day)
    ::  An afternoon visit to The Seatrout facility in Trevad Trout Park
    ::  Freezing facilities available                         
    ::  Map of Information materials
    ::  Transportation to/from the river
    ::  Diploma at the end of the Course
    ::  25% Danish VAT is included in the price
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   ::  Lenght: 78 km
   ::  Width: 4-15 meters
   ::  Major Tributaries: River Haderup, river Skygge.... 
   ::  Situated in: Middle of Jutland
   ::  Water tan : Clear/Brownish
   ::  Species: Seatrout, brown trout, rainbow trout
   ::  Season: 01. March - 31. October
   ::  Quotas: 2 seatrouts per day,
                   no restrictions otherwise
   ::  Methods: Fly, spin, natural baits
   ::  Restrictions: None
   ::  Average weight - seatrouts: 2,5 - 3,5 kg  
   ::  Biggest seatrout caught in river: 14,4 kg  
   ::  Last recorded catch per year: + 1000 seatrouts 


     For this fly fishing course we are accomodated at Hotel
     Karup å - a nice Hotel that suits the needs of any Angler. 
     A single room with TV/bath/internet etc. is at your disposal 
     during the week. A deep freezer is also available to store  
     your catch... 
Your weather just got better.
     Temperatures do affect the seatrouts willingness to hook
     on a fly or take to a spinner. Water temperatures are to
     99% affected by air temperature so it might be good idea
     to check prevailing conditions beforehand. 
     If the water temperature is too cold or too warm the seatrouts
     behavior will exhibit a state of inactivity and only when
     temperatures rise or fall will behavior change...

     REDTAG Kirkegade 3, 8881 Thorsø, Denmark " (+45) 97 20 88 28 / (+45) 21 80 64 88 " "