Myself and my friend Tommy had planned a long weekend fishing trip to the mountains last weekend from Thursday evening to Sunday evening. The weather forecast in the mountains was strong winds and heavy and so Tommy decided we would instead stay at his cabin in Killingi where we could fish the river Kaitum.
It has been usually cold and wet this summer and there is much more water in the rivers and marshes than there would normally be. The level in the river we planned to fish was one and a half metres higher than usual. Here is a picture from August 2011 when myself and Teres were at Tommy’s cabin
Here is a picture I took at midnight in Killingi and as you can see it doesn’t get dark even now.
After lunch I caught nothing, but Tommy caught a 2kg White Fish (Sik in Swedish).
Later on Friday it began to rain with a strong wind and this continued Saturday and was forecast to continue on Sunday, so we decided to cut our fishing trip short and head home early.