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Lake Thingvellir

Meet bubbly Icelandic twin brothers, Asi and Gunni as they kick off the first series of the Fishing Cabin from Iceland's biggest body of water, Lake Thingvellir. As they make their way to the lake, they see a sheep giving birth and stop to assist in the delivery of two strong lambs which they see as an omen for the upcoming series. Lake Thingvellir attracts anglers from all over the world as it holds monster Brown Trout, but before they start fishing they decide to meet up with Johannes, 'The Trout Whisperer', a fish biologist who gives them the lowdown on these fish and how they came to be here. As they start fishing, the brothers seem a bit bewildered by the lake's size and are starting to wonder if they will actually catch anything so Asi calls local guide Hoddi, to come and give them a hand. As Asi disappears with Hoddi for a new location equipped with some new fly patterns, Gunni has had enough and decides to try a completely new lake on his own, Lake Vifilstadavatn. But Asi is suddenly into a strong fish so Hoddi calls Gunni and gets him to come back to see the action, only for Gunni to get his car stuck in the sand! Will Asi land the monster Brown Trout and will his brother, Gunni get to witness to capture? Find out in the brilliant first episode of the Fishing Cabin. To watch just login or join now

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