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Dally's Fly Fishing Report 5-18-17

It would be hard to argue that one of the most appealing aspects of fly fishing is its simplicity. Yes it takes a little time and effort to learn how to cast, and even more time to really get good at it. 413 more words


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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

We finished up our soybean planting on Monday evening, by working at the Lett farm.  I can admit to being a little surprised that the soil there was dry enough to plant soybeans.  253 more words


Another pause to #plant17

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Yes, it did it again!  Overnight, we received 1.9″  of rain, and by this afternoon, the rainfall totaled 2.2″ today (56mm).  The WASCoBs were filled again, but most have drained out by afternoon.   49 more words


19th Century History of West Fork, Arkansas

Two hundred years ago, in 1819, the first white man known to explore this area, Frank Pierce, traveled up the White River from the Mississippi and across the northern part of the state before arriving at the west fork of the river and stumbling into this valley. 4,152 more words

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Dally's Fly Fishing Report 5-11-17

Well, with all this warm weather and sunshine its hard to believe that less than two weeks ago we were experiencing a very serious rain event. 425 more words


Tiny Dancer on Illinois Smallmouth

Great note from Indiana smallmouth guide Jonn Graham, who had ordered a bunch of materials from us for Steve Dally’s Tiny Dancer fly.

Jonn guides on the Vermillion River in Central Illinois… 128 more words


Sunny Monday

May 8, 2017

The sun is out this morning, even if the day started a bit cool (42F, 6C).

We filled the soybean drill, and then went to look for a patch dry enough to use it.  218 more words