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Dally's Fishing Report 4-14-16

It’s amazing to see the variety of behavior exhibited by White River brown trout, in different flows and at different times of year. The same fish that will rocket off a turbulent high water bank in March to annihilate an 8” streamer will gently mouth a #18 midge in a flat shallow pool in May, or more likely spook before your fly ever drifts near him. 410 more words


Amazing experience of sportsmanship today

Had an amazing experience of sportsmanship today after throwing a blade on my prop on my way back to weigh in, I was stranded with not a lot of time to make it back! 116 more words


Traveling is on my mind

I love to travel.  Unfortunately, it’s not something I have a lot of money to do!  So, I’ll look through old photo’s of places I’ve been and loved.   457 more words


Dally’s Fly Fishing Report _ 1-14-16

Well for the second time since Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher opened we are having the flood gates opened. The good news is that it is the second time, so we have got a better idea what to expect. 355 more words


Gary Borger Free Clinics This Weekend

Gary Borger, world famous fly fishing author and educator, will be speak on Saturday Oct 31 and Sunday November 1 at the Bull Shoals-White River State Park Visitor Center. 79 more words


FINALLY ……. But Why

Under a unit of Water On The White _ all image Bill Thorne

WELL It’s been a long time coming, the first flows of under a unit probably since early summer, and there is more in the schedule for tomorrow. 233 more words


Something Every Modern-Day Float Tripper Can Appreciate

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, describing his passage through the Bull Shoals on the White River in 1819:

“There is a channel through which canoes and even large boats pass with a good depth of water, but being unacquainted with it, we ran the hazard of being sunk, and found our canoe drawn rapidly into the suction of the falls, apprehensive of the result. 114 more words