Image is a large red damselfly (Pyrrhosoma nymphula) female. Cumnor Hill, Oxford, England – photo by Charles J. Sharp, 2015.

By Skip Clement

[dropcap]B[/dropcap]y now it’s obvious that we here at FLM enjoy the vast and quick growing world of fly fishing and conservation videos. More frequently we share how-to videos on casting, fly tying, and tying useful knots but not as many just flat-out, excellent fly fishing vids. This one is sensational.

As you know, there are now so many great fly fishing and pure on the water films that treat our senses and re-bind us to the value of having pristine public lands and access to them.

This film on damselflies would have gone right past my desk and into the square file if it hadn’t come from a knowledgeable reader of our magazine. I submitted to a look at Damsel!

Whoa, I’ve now watched it three times. Give this bad boy a shot. Even your non-fishing boyfriend or girlfriend will be mesmerized by this film. Take 3:38 break, go ahead, nobody is looking.

While you’re at it, read Orvis damselflies blog here . . .

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