Lectures Sunday

Featured speakers will talk about fishing waters, travel destinations, aquatic ecology, and much more. Exhibitors will present new products and product developments.

On Sunday, 7 April, the lectures will be a fitting complement to the extensive programme of information.

Lecture Room S1
Time                            Theme       Speaker

09:45 - 10:30       Fishing for Pike in Saltwater (German)       Eike Schaarschmidt & Martin Rieck, WorldFlyAngler
Germany

10:30 - 11:30       Orkla Salmon School (German)       Hans Spinnler; Spinnler Fishing
Switzerland

11:30 - 12:15       Trentino Best Spots, Italy (English)       Giorgio Cavatorti, H2O
Italy

12:15 - 13:00       Angeln in Island (Englisch)       Þröstur Elliðason, Strengir Angling
Iceland

13:00 - 14:30       Better fish photography & better fish handling (German/English)
Daniel will start the presentation revealing his secrets for better flyfishing and fish photography. Andy will talk about the newest findings regarding fish handling filled with many hints and tips on best possible fishing practices. Questions and interactions will be welcomed!
      Dr. Andy Danylchuck, Daniel Göz, Keepemwet Fishing
USA – Germany

14:30 - 15:15

      Fly Fishing for Arctic Char in Southwest Greenland (German)       Carsten Dogs, pukka destinations
Germany

15:15 - 16:00       Atlantic Salmon Reserve, Russia (English)       Justin McCarthy, Farlows Travel
UK

 

 

 

Lecture Room S5
Time       Theme       Speaker

09:45 - 10:45       The Effect of Atlantic Salmon Runs on Fishing Regulations in Norway (English)       John Olav Oldren, Tingful Salmon Fishing
Norway

10:45 - 11:30       Book Presentation: The Longest Silence (Thomas McGuane) (German)       Tankred Rinder, Forelle & Äsche
Germany

11:30 - 12:15       Tying Magic Tool Small Flies (English)       Marc Petitjean, Petitjean Fishing
Switzerland

12:15 - 13:00      

Ethics in Angling (German)

Ladies and Gentlemen, Angling Colleagues,
In contrast to commercial fishermen, we anglers view catching fish as recreation in natural surroudings. This leads to strong discussions relative to a newly defined relationship between people and animals.
In addition to the proper treatment of a caught fish, the question arises whether or not it is ethically defensible to pursue, hook, catch, and kill animals as part of a recreational activity. An additional moral question is the role of “Homo industrialis” in nature.
On the basis of the definition of angler and fisher as well as the concept of situational ethics, ethical responsibility, and ethical attitude, I will highlight in my presentation our passion as an ethically defensible activity and attempt a quasi-moral clarification.

      Dr. med.vet. Heinz Heistinger, ÖfG e.V.
Austria

13:00 - 13:45      

River. People. Future. - Beginnings for Sustainable Management of Flowing Waters (Film) (German)

People and their activities involving water have led, in many areas, to a drastic decrease in fish populations and reduced water quality. The film from Kristof Reuther and Lukas Kirchgäßner emphasizes the contrast between natural and straightened streams and proposes sustainable solutions for fishing societies.

      Kristof Reuther & Lukas Kirchgäßner
Germany

13:45 - 14:30       Salmonides of the Balkans - When, where & how? (English)       Stanislav Mankov, BFC
Bulgaria

14:30 - 15:15       Alaskas Best Fishing (English)       Wayne McGee, ATA Lodge
UK-USA

15:15 - 16:00       In Front of Your Own Door: Fly Fishing in Germany (German)       Ole Rogowski, Flyrus
Germany

 

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