In the evening we catch approx 30 arctic char all on dry flies, what an amazing evening!
Day 2: We wake up around 10am, have a coffee by the camp fire, eat some bacon, tomatoes, onion, bread and some more coffee. Time to
start fishing! We go again to the small island, but no fish rises, so, it s time to use red woolly bugger, ....after two hours,
nothing happens ,.... i start my engine and we go to look on other side of the lake, where a small river flows in to the lake. The spot is
very deep, approx 4 metres ,..... firt cast , stripping-in, and a fish take my red woolly bugger , IT IS a BIG Fish!!!
and it starts jumping, after three high jumps the line goes slack, I lost it, S...!!! I cast again and a second is fish on! This is a
bit smaller, a very nice arctic char of about 2kg!