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Author Archives: Marcus

Three days of fishing in the Czech Republic – Looking for wild fish like the slimy Wels Catfish

After the first time fishing in the Czech Republic where I caught a ton of Carp, it was time to go after some catfish but this requires low level light requirements. Yes! Night fishing! Not the safest nor the most rewarding but it can be productive! I’ve caught catfish before but they were really small … Continue reading »

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Fishing in the Spanish Pyrenees – Fishing for Zebra Trout

Now there must be a good, damn reason why I went to the Pyrenees, correct? Yes! Another fishing trip for this elusive fish species: Zebra Trout! I’ve never even heard of this type of trout before so after doing some reading about the possibilities of catching them only in the Pyrenees, I knew that I … Continue reading »

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Spain – Visiting the Pyrenees

Due to the climbing temperatures of the summer nuclear heat, I thought it might be a good idea to try to escape the burning weather’s oppression by going inland up into the mountains of the Pyrenees, the mountain range between Spain and France (which has also conveniently been a natural border as well between the … Continue reading »

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Castles and Fortresses in Transylvania, Romania

There are quite a bit of castles in Transylvania but probably the one that everyone thinks of Dracula’s Castle even though its real name is Bran Castle. Most people think of Bran Castle (aka Dracula’s Castle) as a haunted place but it’s not even close. Even the area of Transylvania that was designated as the … Continue reading »

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Brasov in Transylvania, Romania

Romania has a lot to offer due to the country being basically the legacy of what used to be part of the last vestiges of the Eastern Roman Empire as it slowly became cut up from intrusions from all directions. Even the Romanian language was derived from Latin and is one of the Romance languages … Continue reading »

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