Dally’s Streamer Love Fest On Again in Feb.


If you like big meaty flies, big rods and big trout than come out to the inaugural Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher Streamer LoveFest.

According to the The Ozark Fly Fisher Journal:

IT’S BACK , Bigger, Badder and more Awesome than Sharks with Lasers,” said Dally’s.

Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher’s 2014 Streamer Lovefest is on again on February 1, 2014.

Master of Musky, The Duke of Gnarly Flies, The Earl of Kicking Ass and Taking Names, Blane Chocklett (TFO Advisory Staff) will be headlining the 'Streamer Lover Fest'.  Photo courtesy Blane Chocklett.

Master of Musky, The Duke of Gnarly Flies, The Earl of Kicking Ass and Taking Names, Blane Chocklett (TFO Advisory Staff) will be headlining the ‘Streamer Lover Fest’.
Photo courtesy Blane Chocklett.

“It you haven’t experienced the ‘Lovefest’ its like the Oscar’s for the streamer crowd without the ballgowns, bolt-ons and beautiful people.

If your addicted to big flies, bigger rods and the biggest brown trout, the Streamer Lovefest is a celebration of all you love.” 

TFO Advisory Staffer and creator of the “Game Changer” fly, Blane Chocklett will headline the event.

Blane has been behind several highly innovative fly patterns, including the Gummy Minnow and other Gummy flies.

Umpqua tier and guide Chad “Mississippi” Johnson, and fellow White River streamer guru Alex Lafkas will be showing off their custom White River patterns plus inaugural Lovefest tyers Brad Bohen, Rainy’s tier Nick Granato, Brian Wise and Chris Willen.

Put it in your calendar.

For more information, check out: http://goo.gl/AHf7y

Think you know all there is to know about streamers? Well after you attend the Lovefest, tie up a bunch of streamers and check out this sweet post by the guys at Gink & Gasoline, on how to retrieve big streamers, enjoy.


Dally’s Fly Fisher and Dry Run Creek

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Steve and the rest of the gang at Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher spend most of their time guiding and teaching on the various ‘big name’ waters around Northern Arkansas. However, they do get to take younger folks to Dry Run Creek and offer them the opportunity to experience something very special.

Steve sent of this video with some highlights of younger anglers on Dry Run Creek.

For those unaware, Steve says,

“Dry Run Creek is a jewel of a stream nestled in our quiet corner of the Ozarks. Dry Run is open to children under 16 and qualified mobility handicapped anglers. There is no finer kid’s fishery anywhere in the world. And for adults it’s a living lesson in trout behavior. The creek is an artificial only, catch and release stream.

Whether your children, or grandchildren are on their first fly fishing trip, or chasing a trophy trout, the gift of Dry Run Creek will last a lifetime.

This is a very special place we have raised our own kids.

For more information on Dry run creek, or any of the waters around Northern Arkansas please contact Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher, or visit their website, theozarkflyfisher.com