The Carpe Diem folks recently released some new videos. Just like their other ones, these are very good. They feature some water in northern Sweden, as well as some big char and browns on dries. I binge-watched all three in a row. You may want to watch one and then another a different day. But,
January is a time for me to tie flies and clean gear. I will fish when the weather is do-able, but it’s mostly a time for repose. Videos are also a fun way to stay connected. Here is one that features some great fish. No music or flashy editing. Just great patience, stalking and scenery.
From the folks at Carpe Diem, above is their third and last video in their “Trout Heaven” series (I’ve written before about them here). So, enjoy. It’s a great one.
I watch a lot of YouTube videos about fly fishing, and one of the best producers out there is Carpe Diem. Their films are beautiful both for the footage, but, also, for the tone they invoke. Here’s one called “Trout Heaven”: