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Let them be explorers.

Let them be explorers.

5100 E 116th St, Carmel, INĀ https://g.co/kgs/4MQ7dt

I grew up in this town. I’ve driven past this park several times. Today, I saw it through the eyes of my kids for the first time. 124 more words

Carmel

Dally's Fly Fishing Report 6/14/18

A lot of techniques are in play right now on the White River system, which means fun fishing for all skill levels and interests. The consistently high flows are positioning good brown trout on the banks for those interested in terrestrials – the best of that is yet to come, but it’s getting better every week. 456 more words

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Dally's Fly Fishing Report 5/6/18

With school out, June is often family time on the White. For six days in a row now I have guided 10-12 year old kids with an accompanying parent or grandparent. 579 more words

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Turbulence

This morning I was reading from the end of Jeremiah, where Jeremiah is warning the Israelites not to run off to Egypt. They instead are told to remain in Israel to be taken into captivity by Babylon. 199 more words

Photography

Dally's Fly Fishing Report 5/30/18

Late spring and early summer is another transitional period for the White River trout fishery. The dependable caddis hatches of spring are finished, but we are not yet seeing large quantities of hoppers or cicadas. 415 more words

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Indy Dronelapse

This past week I was in Indianapolis and had a chance to fly my Mavic Air for a Dronelapse. Indy has a park at the White River which has a scenic view of the skyline. 154 more words

Timelapse

Dally's Fly Fishing Report 5/23/18

When fly fishermen talk about trophy trout, they are usually referring to fish greater than 20 inches, and somewhere in the 4-8 pound range. Even on the world famous White River, where record class fish live, a fly-caught trout of two feet in length is the benchmark for “big.” Fish like Phillip Dunn’s monster pictured above are in a class of their own – a class of once in a lifetime fish – we’re talking trout that no fly fishermen ever really expects to catch, ever. 443 more words

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