The west coast of Sweden is a diverse landscape with many faces. From sheltered, narrow bays far inland to the outer skerries of the archipelago where plain granite is the only thing present. From a fly fishermans perspective this huge body of water may seem unfishable from a distance. But luckily this is not true. Searun brown trout roam this waters and sometimes you are just amazed about the quality of the fishing, the fish and the nature that surrounds you.
Above is a small gallery with images from my camera from April and May 2015. Click any of the images to enter the gallery and use your arrow keys or swipe to see the next image.
More about west Sweden at the official site of VisitSweden.com >>>
This stretch of coast is sometimes referred as Bästkusten, read more here >>>
Tight Lines / Henrik