I thought I add this photo because I thought it was ironic.
Both can fly. But who's winning the battle?
Taken after sunset at Frillesås.
Favorite thing: Salmons often tries to stay in deep water, that's why you can be pretty sure that they stand that they are were there are reeds. Reeds are often grown at quite deep water and reeds can grow very high. You can just see what's grows over the water, not under the surface...
Flies are quite important, a golden rule is dark flies in clear water and flies with much lights in dark water. But I'm questioning this rule, I often use dark flies in dark water and it works great.
I don't think that the fly is that important, when fishes are in a good mood they take pretty much all flies!