Bethany Lakes

  • Quick Update – April 17, 2018 #coaffieldteam

    By / April 17, 2018 / Bethany Lakes

    Quick update this evening… past weekend was busy but no fishing. Did have fun wine tasting and picking out a bottle of sweet red wine for later enjoyment. Also, posted the article – Fly Tying – The PMOT, pattern we have been using to replace the Damsel Fly. Seems to illicit more strikes when the… [read more]

  • Quick Update – March 29, 2018 #coaffieldteam

    By / March 29, 2018 / Bass, Bethany Lakes

    Quickly tied a foam grasshopper and headed to the local pond. Caught a Bass on the foam grasshopper, then lost it to a tree fish. Put a Red Damsel Fly on, and caught another Bass. Kept fishing and had another Bass take but threw the fly. Kept fishing for one more cast… caught one more… [read more]

  • Quick Update – March 12, 2018 #stockertroutfishing

    By / March 12, 2018 / Fishing

    Still working on the video editing from this past weekend’s action. Planned to work on it after work but with the time change and gaining more daylight after work, opted to go fishing instead! Fished Bethany Lakes with the 4wt flyrod that was lined with the Rio Trout Max shooting head. Caught a Bass that… [read more]

  • Quick Update – March 5, 2018 #flyfishing

    Not able to fish today but did get a round in yesterday. Went with the 5wt lined with the OPST Commando Head. Struck out at Murphy in the morning, but did get some great practice in. Later, stopped at Bethany and caught three little Bass on a Purple Damsel Fly, and a bigger one on… [read more]

  • Limited Out Yesterday, Struck Out This Morning #troutfishing

    By / December 21, 2017 / Bethany Lakes

    Limited out yesterday on trout at Bethany Lakes but struck out this morning. May need to make a stop later and see if the trout are rising and taking “bugs”… for now, made a short instagram clip from yesterday!   struck out this morning #troutfishing the local pond. Really nice day though… what a difference… [read more]

  • Trout Fishing Monday Beats the Work Week Blues at Bethany! #troutfishing

    By / December 19, 2017 / Bethany Lakes, Fishing

    Rainy day today but did some catch up work to include video editing yesterday’s fishing action at Bethany Lakes yesterday. Caught them on Silver Kastmasters and various fishing flies… did notice the GRHEN was the more consistent fish-getter this round! Did a little casting practice with the Switch Rod, mainly used it one-handed which was… [read more]

  • Limited Out at Bethany Again Today…! #troutfishing

    By / December 18, 2017 / Bethany Lakes

    Made it to Bethany Lakes shortly after Noon today. Fished for about two hours and limited out. Caught three using a silver Kastmaster on a fast retrieve like we used the other day. Yesterday used Kastmaster in the 1/12oz size but lost them to snags. Picked up two more from Walmart but in the 1/8oz… [read more]

  • More Trout Fishing at Bethany Lakes! #troutfishing

    By / December 17, 2017 / Bethany Lakes

    Another round at Bethany Lakes Sunday. Limited out using Gold Super Dupers and Gold Kastmasters. Then, did some catch and release fishing with the Switch Rod. Trout went for a Olive Near Deere, Guadalupana, and a Krystal Dub Minnow! Fish wanted a fast retrieve; did get a lot of missed strikes and trout nipping our… [read more]

  • Trout Fishing at Bethany Saturday! #troutfishing

    By / December 17, 2017 / Bethany Lakes, Fishing

    Fished Saturday morning at Bethany and caught three, came back later in the day with a fishing buddy. Got two more to close out a limit for your’s truly. Fishing buddy limited out too. All went for Super Dupers except for one that went for corn. Fun stuff!   Here is the Super Duper we… [read more]

  • Quick Trip to Bethany with the Micro Skagit Head and 9′ 5wt… #flyfishing

    By / November 12, 2017 / Fishing

    A quick trip to Bethany Lakes using the OPST Commando Head and a backup 9’wt Fly Rod. Setup cast well and made for easy distance casting either Roll Cast, Switch Cast, and other Spey style casts. No Bruisers but did get four fish to take our fishing fly – a Bluegill, a Sunfish, and two… [read more]

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