Lower Buffalo River Sneak Peak!

Your campsite, day 2.

The crew at Dally’s has been hustling around getting all ready and set for our Lower Buffalo River overnight floats coming up in May. Part of the team spent a beautiful spring Sunday making a scouting run of the Lower Buffalo, assessing the river’s condition and mapping the best camp sites and fishiest holes. The Buffalo is a running swift and cold currently, but the fish are hungry enough, and water levels could not be on a better track to be in prime condition come May. In between the hurries of scouting 24 river miles in a single day, Guides Gabe Levin, Chad Johnson, and Camp Chef Abe managed to test a few choice bends of the lower river, and were rewarded with fast action from fat, hard fighting smallmouth and panfish. The scenery of the Buffalo River in Spring is easily as impressive as the fishing itself. Brightly blossoming redbuds and dogwoods clinging to steep hollows and bluffs, eagles, turkey, otters, and scores of other critters are all welcome distractions that add the “wow” factor to perhaps the most enjoyable water in the Ozarks.

Native Ozark smallies on top – you betcha!
A well planned wilderness adventure.

There are four precious spots remaining for the May 19-21 float. Folks you don’t have to travel continental distance to enjoy fishing and sightseeing of National Park type quality. We’ve got plenty right here in our backyard, and we’ve got a fun group of guys who are excited to share it with you. If you’re the kind of fly fisher who enjoys a fishing trip for the places it takes you and the memories it creates, this trip will be an instant favorite. Check out the trip brochure Buffalo Brochure 15 then call Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher 870-435-6166 to reserve your spot before it’s gone!

Chad works a picturesque run for smallies
Longear heaven

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