Dennis Whiteside, a float-fishing guide in the Ozarks, got an eagle’s-eye view of the lower Niangua River before he launched his canoe for a day of fishing.
Dennis Whiteside, a float-fishing guide in the Ozarks, got an eagle’s-eye view of the lower Niangua River before he launched his canoe for a day of fishing. Brent Frazee The Kansas City Star
Dennis Whiteside, a float-fishing guide in the Ozarks, got an eagle’s-eye view of the lower Niangua River before he launched his canoe for a day of fishing. Brent Frazee The Kansas City Star

Float-stream fishing in the Ozarks is a slow boat to paradise

May 22, 2015 02:34 PM