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By Seamus on 2/27/2024 4:59:54 PM • Views (13)
If anyone lived for the dip of a bobber it was Bryce Cadion. Bryce who passed away recently will be remembered at a Celebration of Life Saturday March 16 at 11am at the Parker Bottom Access on Beaver Tailwater. Beaver became Bryce’s homewater for many years but he loved them all Taneycomo Norfork and the […]

By Seamus on 2/26/2024 9:46:02 PM • Views (19)
Iconic southern fly fishing e-mag Southern Culture on the Fly has a photo essay on fishcamps in the Louisiana marshes from our own Steve Dally in the latest issue. SCOF edition #50 leads of with Marshitecture Steve’s study of the diminishing fishcamps throughout the marsh taken during our guide’s annual winter sojourn south in search […]

By Seamus on 2/23/2024 8:08:00 AM • Views (12)
Scientists are delving into the reasons fish species are shrinking as waters warm due to climate change the latest research ruling out one of the leading theories. A team of scientists led by the University of Massachusetts Amherst recently found and published in Phys.org that there is no evidence to  to support the theory that fish […]

By Seamus on 2/22/2024 9:03:57 PM • Views (19)
When it comes to fishing timing can be everything. This holds true wherever one finds himself – be it while on the salt flats during Alaskan salmon runs or on trout streams throughout the world. The last week on our tailwaters can attest to the importance of timing – both good and bad – and […]

By Seamus on 2/21/2024 8:42:00 AM • Views (10)
I have a fondness for debate without answer: and fly fishing is full of questions without a right or wrong. Like “if you only had one fly to fish” which hand to reel with or the right color of backing. Ken Baldwin at Men’s Journal boldly went forth stating the case for the Woolly Bugger […]

By Seamus on 2/21/2024 8:07:00 AM • Views (12)
The AGFC is conducting a survey into public opinion on a range of fishing and hunting regulations for the future. The proposals would include a ban on harvesting all trout species other than rainbows at night on all 4 trout tailwaters and the Spring River removing 2 smallmouth bass special regulation areas on Crooked Creek […]

By Seamus on 2/20/2024 9:40:25 PM • Views (15)
Saturday night in Bentonville Reel Recovery Arkansas will host the International Fly Fishing Film Festival. Doors open 6.30pm Saturday night at the Meteor Guitar Gallery and tickets are available at the door. For more details

By Seamus on 2/19/2024 10:16:00 AM • Views (18)
Great profile on an icon of the saltwater flats Chico Fernandez At eighty-four he is spry and fit and thanks to consistent tai chi and a decent diet he can say still fish for giant peacock bass in remote Amazon rivers for hour after hour seven days in a row. But age has bent him […]

By Seamus on 2/15/2024 9:06:00 AM • Views (22)
I f it wasn’t obvious by now these recent warm days on the river have us thinking springtime thoughts of cicadas caddis mayflies smallmouth bass trophy brown trout and everything in between. As a matter of fact in case you missed it we just announced the dates for the annual event dubbed the Dally’s All-Species […]

By Seamus on 2/14/2024 9:57:00 AM • Views (19)
Time to put this into your diaries for summer. The 2024 All Species Odyssey right bang among the 13-year Cicada emergence to throw a new twist into the most fun contest in fly fishing. It’s going to be fun that is for sure. The Odyssey is about proving you can find toothy predators hard pulling […]

By Seamus on 2/13/2024 10:27:00 AM • Views (14)
In May 2011 Dally’s opened just days before the magicicada emergence and the highest flows seen on the White since the construction of Bull Shoals Dam. In early June Dally’s owner Jim Dugan would land the 30″ beast on his own cicada pattern and a bamboo 5wt fly rod fishing with Steve Dally _ a […]

By Seamus on 2/8/2024 10:22:27 PM • Views (23)
February can be such a unique month on the mighty White. One day fishermen are decked out in Simms bibs and rain gear leaving nothing but noses exposed. The next day temperatures spike to a comfortable 65 degrees giving anglers thoughts of quick-dry shorts and Chacos. A day of minimum flow can be interrupted by […]

By Seamus on 2/8/2024 8:50:16 AM • Views (18)
Stop in the fly shop and cast the new Helios. 5wts and 6wt in stock today. SHOP NOW Orvis is excited to launch the next generation of Helios rods. The new Helios is not only four times more accurate than its ground-breaking predecessor the Helios 3 but it is 25 percent stronger and 10 percent […]

By Seamus on 2/7/2024 10:14:00 AM • Views (33)
Fly-fishing legend Cathy Beck passed away suddenly on February 7 2024 while hosting a group of fly fishers at Laguna Verde Lodge aka “Jurassic Lake ” in a remote region of Argentina. She was 71 years old. Cathy and her husband Barry were there hosting a group of fly fishers traveling with Frontiers International. Cathy and Barry have […]

By Seamus on 2/6/2024 10:18:21 PM • Views (16)
Say Goodbye to Moldy Chum one of the best and brightest of blogs from a passing era. The Chum dates back to 2006 ahead (slightly) of Facebook Instagram and TikTok an electic mix of irreverant humor fly fishing new and entertainment and music. Today marks the end of a longstanding decline in creative enthusiasm for […]

By Seamus on 2/6/2024 10:59:00 AM • Views (15)
A University of Arkansas study recently released has use genomic mapping similar to that used by 23andMe for humans to document distinct fish countries along the White River Basin. The study surveyed 31 native fish stream species from 75 locations in the White River Basin in Arkansas. Their study revealed a complex network of relations […]

By Seamus on 2/5/2024 9:20:00 AM • Views (18)
Following on the hearings into the proposed ban on fur sales in Washington State nice summary on the hearings from Outdoor Life. “The way this bill reads would condemn our business to no longer exist ” said Josh Phillips during the hearing. Phillips co-owns Spawn Fly Fish a local fly shop in Ilwaco that makes most of […]

By Seamus on 2/1/2024 8:26:06 PM • Views (27)
Step outside and close your eyes and I could almost fool you into thinking April has arrived. Warm afternoons and crisp river air flood the mind with images of rising trout pre-spawn smallmouth bass and life-giving spring rains. We are certainly not experiencing February weather or February generation on the big river right now but […]

By Seamus on 1/29/2024 9:28:00 AM • Views (15)
Fly Fisherman magazine is periodically digging into its print edition archives to bring to the digital age classic articles from some of fly fishing greatest writers. This time its our dear friend the late great Dave Whitlock with a expose on midging from the March 1985 issue. Both Part I and Part II feature numerous […]

By Seamus on 1/25/2024 10:53:00 AM • Views (29)
In the summer of 2022 Friends and Family set off to Maine’s North Woods on a three day fly fishing trip in search of plentiful wild native brook trout in their wild places. What they didn’t know was that Bob Johnson ed Maine guide and lodge owner had a few unique surprises for them that […]

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