Blue River Oklahoma Fishing | Fly Tying Three Fishing Flies

By / October 24, 2020 / Fishing

Blue River in Oklahoma gets its trout stocking next week! Hoping to breakaway and get a round of fishing in! In preparation, time for some fly tying sessions. Here are three patterns we like to have at the ready in our fly box. Do check it out, and do see the bonus at the end… [read more]

Fly Fishing Tips from the Little Red Book of Fly Fishing | iFishNews Fishing Podcast 28

By / October 21, 2020 / Fishing

Number 8 in the “Little Red Book of Fly Fishing” podcast series where I review fly fishing tips in preparation for the upcoming Trout Stocking Season. This week it’s fly fishing tips 29 through 32! Tip 29: Control Trumps DistanceTip 30: Pinkie PerfectionTip 31: Cast Around ProblemsTip 32: Make Friends with the Wind Do check… [read more]

Blue River Fishing | Preseason Scouting Trip | #maxcatch #switchrod #opstcommandohead

By / October 19, 2020 / Fishing

Decided to make the run to the Blue River for a preseason fishing trip. Trout are scheduled to be stocked in the near future. Best to checkout the river and see if anything has changed. Was a great trip. Did not catch any big ones but did have fun catching a fish or two while… [read more]

Fly Fishing Tips | Casting 40 Feet in 4 Seconds?

By / October 11, 2020 / Fishing

As part of our Little Red Book of Fly Fishing series on our iFishNews Fishing Podcast, here is a video to expand on Tip 26 that calls for casting 40 feet in 4 seconds. The book mentions fly casting from a practical caster standpoint – specifically, being able to cast 40 feet of line in… [read more]

Fly Fishing Tips from the Little Red Book of Fly Fishing | iFishNews Fishing Podcast 27

By / October 11, 2020 / Fishing

Number 7 in the “Little Red Book of Fly Fishing” podcast series where I review fly fishing tips in preparation for the upcoming Trout Stocking Season. This week it’s fly fishing tips 25 through 28! Tip 25: Woody Hayes Rule of CastingTip 26: 40 Feet in 4 SecondsTip 27: Come Closer, DarlingTip 28: When not… [read more]

Where To Go Fishing This Weekend?

By / October 8, 2020 / Fishing

Some thoughts on where to go fishing this weekend. Have been enjoying the Striped Bass fishing at Denison Dam these past couple of weekends. But, this weekend, I am “home locked”… meaning have other commitments that require me to be home. That said, I do plan to try a local pond for some underwater action… [read more]

Denison Dam Fishing | Catch and Cook Striped Bass | #flyfishing #stripedbass #catchandcook

By / October 7, 2020 / Fishing

More fun fishing Denison Dam last Saturday for Striped Bass! Bite was slower than the weekend before but was able to catch a few; ended up keeping three Striped Bass for the Catch and Cook. Brought the Cabelas TLR 6wt Switch Rod with the Echo Ion 6/7 Wt Fly Reel again. And correcting from our… [read more]

Fly Fishing Tips from the Little Red Book of Fly Fishing | iFishNews Fishing Podcast 26

By / October 1, 2020 / Fishing

Number 5 in the ongoing “Little Red Book of Fly Fishing” podcast series where I review fly fishing tips in preparation for the upcoming Trout Stocking Season. This week it’s fly fishing tips 21 through 24! Tip 21: Water LoadTip 22: Let the Current Do the WorkTip 23: Roll’em EasyTip 24: Saving a Stroke Do… [read more]

Denison Dam Fishing | Lots of Stripers on the Fly!

By / September 27, 2020 / Fishing

Lotta fun fishing Denison Dam Saturday for Striped Bass! Brought the Cabelas TLR 6wt Switch Rod with the Echo Ion 6/7 Wt Fly Reel and the OPST Skagit Head. Bite was good on small stripers hitting on the Denison Dam Dawber, Bennet’s Lunch, Bucktail and Craft Fur Clouser Minnows. Fast retrieves using short pulls and… [read more]

Add a Skeg to a Kayak – Revisited

By / September 25, 2020 / Fishing

Follow-up video on our “Add a Skeg to a Kayak, No Holes, No Glue….” video. Had to make an adjustment as the velcro adhesive did not hold when the lake temps were high due to a stretch of 100 degree weather this past Summer. Lesson learned… to resolve the situation, we added the Skeg using… [read more]

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