This week we check out a sweet film from all the way down in Costa Rica. Sometimes fish can be living in places where you least expect it. In the film, Backwater Fly Fishing finds mojarra living in drainage ditches and small creeks in urban Costa Rica.
The film features plenty of close action, visible eats, and slow motion hooksets from these tiny creeks throughout populated areas of Costa Rica. Be sure to check out the full film!
The video of the week is selected and written by FlyLords team member Conner Grimes (@doublehaulmedia).
Since 2012, Flylords has been a proud leader in telling the stories of anglers and guides from around the world. Through film, photography, and journalism we strive to make each story as unique as the person or place it’s based off. Our goal is simple: inspire the next generation to get outdoors and hit the water!