Friday, June 10, 2011

T.F.M. Spotting - Kenneth In Hungary

Kenneth Lolensgard of The Literary Fly Fisher recently returned from a trip to Hungary to visit family and sent these images along for the T.F.M. Spotting Photo Contest.


Kenneth wrote...  "Here are a few pictures from my trip to Hungary.  I was fishing for wild trout in a tiny stream.  Not many places to do that there, and this one is super secret (and, amazingly, near my brother-in-laws house, which makes it a great escape from the family)."



Sometimes those escapes, even momentary, can be quite nice to clear your mind and on a trout stream even better.

3 comments:

Mike said...

Cool to see my homeboy Loki in the old country, and representin' the Manifesto. Not sure about that European manpurse fishin' satchel, though...

Naturephoto said...

Nice little creek. There are quite a few of those in HU, but mostly with bullheads (Leuciscus cephalus). Although, if you get to fish the trout hatchery, catching is good. :) Joking. Nowadays, there supposed to be some trout water in HU. I see you caught Asp on the Danube. Fun! Barbel would be fun, as well.

Kev2380 said...

Nice pics, I agree with Mike though, lose the manpurse.