Bethany Creek Pond

  • Saturday Morning… Fishing Bethany Creek Pond #coaffieldteam

    By / April 21, 2018 / Fishing

    Rain in the forecast today. Decided to fish Bethany Creek Pond before the rain clouds moved in. Pond was clear; could see the bottom as well as see a few Bass moving about. Polarized glasses were key at times, save for the Feeder Creek and Canal area where you could clearly see the Bass. Able… [read more]

  • COAF Field Team Vlog #8 “Bluegill, Bass, and a Snake… Gets a Fish!”

    By / September 16, 2016 / Bass, Blue River

     This round decided to fish Bethany Creek Pond for Vlog #8.  Bite was steady with lots of Bluegill going for our fishing flies. Tried different ones but finally settled on a White Near Deere in size 10. Decided on white because it was easy to see in the water and watch fish strike it. Caught… [read more]

  • Bethany Creek Park Pond Yesterday… Quick Clip Today!

    By / June 9, 2016 / Fishing

    Fished Bethany Creek Park pond yesterday and caught a number of Bluegill using a Foam Grasshopper, and then later using an Orange/White Tenkara Fly. Went with the Four Weight and had a blast catching them. Today, went kayak fishing at Brockdale Park (Lake Lavon). Windy with waves to deal with but the action was fast… [read more]

  • Bluegill On Their Beds

    By / May 19, 2015 / Bethany Lakes, Bluegill

    Fished Bethany Lakes yesterday. Got some underwater video Bluegill on their beds. Murky conditions made it tough to get a clear view of the Bluegill but they were there guarding their beds. Did see a couple of Bass lurking in the distance; also, had one Bluegill’s attention when our fishing fly passed near its bed…. [read more]

  • Slow Round This Time

    By / March 27, 2015 / Bass, Bethany Lakes, Blue River

    Fished the pond behind In-N-Out Burger.  Had lots of little taps on the Senko but no hook ups. Decided to try another place. Stopped at Auburn Springs and found out the pond is now a private pond. So, headed to Bethany Creek and fished it briefly but the “green stuff” was already clobbering the pond…. [read more]

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