A visit to Gimån (the name of the river) in Bräcke county, Jämtland Sweden. If you are a flyfisher you have most likley already heard about it, it is one of the finest herring waters in the northern part of Europe, perhaps even in the world. The specific part shown in this movie is called “Stavreströmmen” and is the most appricieated part for flyfishing. Gimån is about 80km long and runs from the Lake Revsundssjön outside Bräcke and joins the river Ljungan 80km later, Ljungan ends at the Baltic sea.
Visit: https://gimriver.se/ for more information about Gimån.
The movie is filmed in 4K resolution with 60 frames per second so ensure you have selected the correct quality setting for your best viewing experience. Filming took place in January 2019.
The flag seen at the start of the movie is the flag of the Republic of Jamtland. It was created in 1983 by activists Kent Backman and Bo Oscarsson as a horizontal tricolor of blue, white and green, symbolising the sky, snow-clad mountains and woodland. On the white band is an old seal granted to Jamtland by king Magnus Lagabøte of Norway in the 13th century. The flag is reflected in the movie with approval from Bo Oscarsson.