Cabelas TLR Switch Rod

  • 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]

  • Switch Rod Practice in Preps for TRWD Flyfest!

    By / March 2, 2019 / Fishing

    Decided to get the switch rod out in preparation for next Saturday’s TRWD Flyfest. Tend to use the switch rod while fishing for trout as longer cast are needed at times and like the ease of less and/or no false casting. Stopped at Towne Lake in McKinney and got a round of practice casts in…. [read more]

  • Waterloo and Denison Dam This Round… Casting Practice Anyone?

    By / January 13, 2019 / Fishing

    Made the run up the road on Hwy 75 to Denison to fish Waterloo Park Pond for Rainbow Trout. Restocked last weekend, plan was to limit out, and then run further up the road to Denison Dam tailrace to fish for Striped Bass. Cold temps that stayed in the 30s all day put a slowdown… [read more]

  • Limited Out On The Lower Illinois River!

    By / October 28, 2018 / Lower Illinois River

    Last weekend we made the run across the border from Texas to Oklahoma. Friday we hung out in Norman and had dinner at Torchy’s Tacos for tasty tacos and margaritas. Later, we stopped at the Guitar Center Store to checkout the ukuleles – big sale going on until 31 October on guitars and ukuleles. Always… [read more]

  • Limited Out On The Lower Illinois River!

    By / October 21, 2018 / Fishing

    Had a fun time on the Lower Illinois River Saturday! Still working on the video of the trip; will post soon as able. For now, here is a snippet of our Fishing Partner catching the First and Last Trout of the day….! Also, here is the link to the article that details the Bubble Fly… [read more]

  • Sonic Pond for Switch Rod Casting and a Pink Near Deere… #switchrod #flyfishing

    By / October 7, 2017 / Fishing

    More casting practice with the Switch Rod!  Liking the Cabelas TLR 8wt Switch Rod combined with the Echo Ion 8/10 Fly Reel. Fished Sonic Pond with a Foam Grasshopper at first but only had a couple of missed strikes. Switched to a Pink Near Deere and started catching fish! Fun stuff!

  • DIY Wooden Trout Net is Done, and new Echo Ion Reel Arrived….! #flyfishing

    By / October 5, 2017 / Fishing

    Banner day today! Finished the DIY Wooden Trout Net well before the Winter Trout Stocking Season! Will be shifting to fly tying in preparation for the the trout stockings on the Blue River in Oklahoma in November! Also, new Echo Ion Reel arrived in 10/12 weight, balances well with the Cabelas TLR Switch Rod in… [read more]

  • More Switch Rod Practice… Plano East Senior High School! #switchrod #flyfishing

    By / September 14, 2017 / Fishing

    More practice with the Switch Rod. This time went to Plano East Senior High School to fish the catch and release ponds. Ongoing construction has limited access to one of the ponds but still managed to catch a fish or two! One was a Bass went for a Tube Popper Fishing Fly, another was a… [read more]

  • Blue River for Switch Rod Casting Practice…! #switchrod #flyfishing

    By / September 10, 2017 / Blue River

    Made it to the Blue River today to check things out. Great day to go… only one little Bass this round but did get lots of casting practice in with the Switch Rod – 6 Weight Cabelas TLR combined with the Liquid Lamson 4 and the Rio Switch Chucker line is balancing well. Getting great… [read more]

  • Bethany for Switch Rod Practice…! #switchrod

    By / September 9, 2017 / Fishing

    Cool temps has us itching for trout fishing. Not able to go, but did get a round of casting practice with the switch rod. Even managed to catch a bass. Went with different casts including the modified switch cast where we tuck the rod butt under in our armpit and don’t lift our shoulder to… [read more]

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