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Dally's Fly Fishing Report: 12-15-16

‘It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas’ 

Christmas is just around the corner, and there are important Seasonal Questions to consider.

Ham or Turkey?; Plum Pudding or Bread Pudding; Is an ‘official Red Ryder Carbine Action 200-shot Range Model air rifle with a compass in the stock truly the best Christmas gifts of all time? 410 more words


River Walk, Park Visit, Play Performance, and a Surprise for Supper

October 24, 2016 (by Angela)

We had a fun Fall weekend even if tree color is not what I’d hoped it would be by this time in October.  867 more words

Fun Seeking

Dally's Fly Fishing Report: 9-9-16

A transition period. That’s what September is. But then I guess every time of year is a transition into the next time of year. September connects Summer and Fall; it is being stretched and pulled in both directions. 508 more words


Bull Shoals bridge replacement project!

I’ve read articles from sources like the Taney County Time numerous times and over numerous years that were concerned with the building of a new bridge over Bull Shoals lake at the intersection of highways 160 and 76 just to the east of the city of Forsyth MO. 425 more words


Amazing Capture

AMAZING catch by Larry Shackelford, from Fayetteville, of this 25″ brown trout at Bull Shoals last weekend.

Brown trout in this class are a tough catch anytime, even more so when you are trying to manage your own watercraft, harder still when you need to paddle. 161 more words


Full video recap BullShoals/Norfork and Wheeler Lake!

Full video recap of the Bassmaster Elite events on BullShoals/Norfork and Wheeler Lake! When you have the best equipment available and make some good decisions great things happen! 22 more words


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