SOME OF THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE APP

Jørgen Larsson

As an angler, Jörgen Larsson has been a leading profile in Scandinavia for more than three decades, and he has caught almost anything big with scales and fins. Jörgen has played an important part in introducing modern coarse- and specimen fishing in Scandinavia and during later years he has introduced and developed many new techniques for predator fishing.

Jörgen has been working with video, television, and magazines for many years and has been writing articles from all parts of the globe. For more than 8 years he was Editor in Chief of a leading Scandinavian fishing magazine. Jörgen now works as a freelance journalist and as a consultant for a major manufacturer.  

To Jörgen, planning and perfecting tackle and methods have always been an important part of targeting the biggest specimens. This also makes fiskher® a perfect match and an important tool in his search for success. 

Robert Westin

Robert Westin is a well-known fishing guide throughout Sweden and internationally. He has been guiding in Swedish Lapland and northern Norway 2000. His big interest and expertise in fish- and water issues has resulted in assignments from the Swedish government, the county administrative board, and local municipality. He has been on the national board of the Swedish Angling Association.

The fish research community both in Sweden and Norway has been on the receiving end of his help numerous times. Robert has worked with restoration projects for both lakes and rivers.

With more than 200 fishing days per year, his knowledge of sportfishing and different species of fish has taken him to the world of media which led him to be featured in articles, fishing movies, fishing series, and the radio in Sweden and the rest of the world.

Fun fact: Robert once hooked a salmon that was already filleted.

Nicka Hellenberg

Nicka Hellenberg

The hard-hitting drummer and widely known angler, Nicka, lives on the legendary island of Gotland in Sweden. From the limestone island, he has become one of Sweden’s most known sport fishing profiles. This, and his passion for music, has brought him around the whole country, where he has adapted all kind of specimen fishing skills and use the most known techniques to catch a vast number of large fish. There is no secret, fishing for sea trouts along the Swedish coast is his favorite fishing style. He is considered to be among the country’s best sea trout fishermen. 

He loves to share his passions, and as a freelance journalist and photographer, he has worked with a large number of magazines, book projects, and TV productions. Nicka is also responsible for the Swedish fishing records, at the Swedish Anglers Association, and is a trusted fisherman with many years in the industry.

Markus Lundgren

Markus lives in Kungsbacka on the Swedish west coast and is one of Sweden´s most well-known sea anglers. With his background as an angler and a marine biologist, he has had a focus on the preservation and protection of fish and the marine environment. Through his work, Markus affects fishing and environmental politics in Sweden while promoting angling as the great recreational activity that it is. 

Markus has also authored the popular, in-depth guidebook Havsfiskeboken. His fishing team Isola has won most of the Nordic boat angling tournaments. Markus knows the waters of Skagerrak, Kattegatt and Öresund like the back of his hand. When he isn´t out fishing, he is a regional manager for the Swedish Anglers Association (Sportfiskarna).

Pelle Klippinge

Pelle Klippinge is a legend among salmon and sea trout anglers. Based in Påskallavik, in the southeastern part of Sweden. Here, next to the famous Em river and the Baltic sea, he has been fly fishing for more than 40 years. Pelle wrote his first article about sea trout fishing in 1978. During the years he has authored many articles, mostly in Scandinavia. He has also written ten books about his passion in life; fly fishing for salmon and sea trout wherever they can be found. His first book; ”Em river – with a fly rod along the world’s most famous sea trout water”  is all about his home waters. 

He is a board member of Gustaf Ulfsparres Foundation who, since 1988, works with habitat improvements in the Em river which, in his own words; ”one of the most important tasks one can deal with in life”.

Bo Nettelbladt

Bo Nettelbladt is passionate about developing fly fishing. New tricks and methods, new fish to catch with fly. He has shared this with other fishermen in the Scandinavian fishing press since the beginning of the millennium. fiskher® is perfect for anyone who loves variety in their fishing and wants to find new species to catch, says Bo. 

His home waters are the Swedish east coast around Nyköping and Fårö Gotland. The richness of species on our Scandinavian coasts means that this is where you will most often find him. His favourite species are many, but on the top of the list you will find the Baltic sea trout, the seabass of the Norwegian coast and in freshwater the zander – all on fly.

Mathias Arnham

Mathias is a versatile angler who loves to explore new species and methods. With the camera in one hand and the rod in the other, he has crossed many borders in his search for new fishing experiences. From offshore fishing in Panama and Kenya, to trout and salmon fishing in Iceland or spin fishing for bluefin tuna in Croatia. Besides traveling he enjoys fishing in his home waters – particularly the lakes and the sea of the Swedish West coast. 

For the past 15 years, Mathias has been full-time employed at the biggest sportfishing magazine in Scandinavia, Fiskejournalen. His main mission was the website fiskejournalen.se and social media channels – and of course authoring many articles. Mathias has also been writing articles for numerous European and Scandinavian fishing magazines. 

This year Mathias started Arnham Media Group – focusing on digital marketing for the outdoor industry. Mathias’s savvy in digital marketing and sport fishing are a perfect match for fiskher® in Sweden.

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