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Monday, May 12, 2014

Today was our first long day of driving. We left The Soo in the morning, but it didn’t take us long to stop as we drove by the one and only Cambrian Mall. 322 more words

Dally's Fly Fishing Report _ 12/18/14

Ahh winter in the Ozarks…not too bad a place to be. I just got back from a long drive out to Idaho Falls to buy a Clackacraft, and let me tell you folks, we’ve got it good down here on our winter tailwater. 402 more words

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Baby Bonnies Growing Up _ Bill Thorne

You have probably seen a few pictures of Bonneville Cutthroats that have been caught on the Norfork and White in the past few months.

As one of the volunteers that have been on the business end a garden hoe, digging artificial redds, I can tell you these photos are a sight for sore eyes!

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Beaver Tailwaters - Dec 13, 2014

Another great December morning to fish.  The weather was nice this morning with temperatures in the very comfortable mid 50’s with no wind and overcast. 193 more words

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Dally's Fly Fishing Report _ 12/11/14

Every week more and more brown trout are leaving their spawning habitat to return to their favorite feeding lies. Many will continue spawning activity well into the new year, but each week the number of big fish actively hunting increases, which increases the chances of connecting with a legendary White River brute. 333 more words

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Fishing Beaver Tailwaters Dec 6, 2014

After taking a couple weekends off for vacation with the family, it was a great day fishing today on my home turf of the Beaver Tailwaters.  512 more words

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Dally's Fly Fishing Report _ 12/4/14

A spur of the moment streamer fishing outing Tuesday left Chad, Steve, and myself all thinking the same thing: it’s time to start tying streamers. We all shuffled through our briefcases of big flies, trying different colors, profiles, and actions to trigger a response from brown trout, and were successful to a degree, bringing several average sized fish to the boat. 400 more words

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