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Dally's Fly Fishing Report: 9-22-16

Keith and Cathy are positively the cutest couple I’ve had in my boat. They smile and give each other the “thumbs up” when we motor to the next fishing hole. 582 more words

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Go Visit a Glacier

This week my good friend Ben’s cross country road trip finally took him close to Seattle. He wanted to climb some mountains, though there are lots of mountains nearby, one really stands out. 210 more words

Seattle

Dally's Fly Fishing Report _ 9/16/16

Summer and Fall are wrestling back and forth again on the river canvas. Cool foggy mornings give way to hot steamy afternoons, which are busted up by evening thunderstorms, and finally smothered once more by cool fog and darkness. 547 more words

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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

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Don't Miss Out On Your RIO Sinking Line

IF you are coming to the White River this winter to hunt the brown trout of a lifetime, jump onboard our early buying of RIO sinking lines, to make sure you aren’t leftup the White without a line. 99 more words

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What goes up, must come down...

Days: 399-402 (29 July 2015 – 1 August 2015)

Total distance travelled: 107,037.6 kilometres (66,482.96 miles)

All good things must come to an end, and with heavy hearts, we bid farewell to our Canadian… 604 more words

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The Clarendon Bridge

I don’t know what it is about it, but I have vivid memories of crossing the Big White River Bridge into Clarendon for basketball games during the fall and winter months in the early 80’s.   213 more words