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Dally's Fly Fishing Report _ 5/22/15

The weather may not be able to make up its mind right now, but the water is reasonably stable and predictable. It’s quite common after heavy periods of rainfall for Bull Shoals Dam to hold back the flood waters and release a nice steady 2-4,000cfs like we’ve been seeing. 288 more words

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I stood where time stood still

“Have you also learned that secret from the river; that there is no such thing as time?” That the river is everywhere at the same time, at the source and at the mouth, at the waterfall, at the ferry, at the current, in the ocean and in the mountains, everywhere and that the present only exists for it, not the shadow of the past nor the shadow of the future.”

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Dally’s Fly Fishing Report _ 5-4-15

Taking advantage of some Norfork low water to get into some caddis action

Rain, rain all around, but surprisingly the lakes are in pretty decent shape, the White has been rocking and there’s been a little dry fly low water action on the Norfork when the sun pops out. 462 more words

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Wet Flies Still Ruling the White River- Davy

After spending a wet fly fly fishing school in Connecticut at the Housatonic Outfitters Fly Shop, both Brian and Bob traveled from NY to spend two days fishing with the wet fly master. 141 more words

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Legacies & Lunch - Chris Engholm discusses White River Memoirs today at noon

The White River and its tributaries represent the most ecologically intact watershed in the continental United States. Over a million people inhabit it, living in 234 communities in 60 counties. 114 more words

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Dally's Fly Fishing Report _ 5/3/15

White River: Water releases were allowing for at least a half day’s fishing on relatively low flows anywhere from 2-4,000cfs, but it looks like the pattern is switching to more of a steady thumping 9-10,000cfs. 252 more words

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