Catch and Cook

  • Tasty Catch and Cook Rainbow Trout from the Blue River.

    By / March 23, 2019 / Fishing

    Fished the Blue River in Oklahoma for trout; your’s truly hooked and lost a few but our fishing buddy was able to bring home three nice trout caught using PowerWorms. Posted the action on the River last week on our channel. This video follows it showing the Team cooking the trout for a next morning… [read more]

  • Catch And Cook Striped Bass and Rainbow Trout #recipe

    By / March 5, 2019 / Fishing

    Been getting sidetracked for some time since we fished the Lower Illinois River in Oklahoma last year. Been wanting to post the catch and cook video of the brunch we had following the trip. We caught a Striped Bass and two Rainbow Trout we kept for the table. Did get other fish but released them… [read more]

  • Pan Fried Trout Steaks and “Buttery Nipple Cocktails” #coaffieldteam

    By / March 28, 2018 / Fishing

    Here is another way the Team likes to cook trout. This one calls for steaking the trout instead of filleting it. The trout was a rainbow trout caught the day after TRWD Flyfest 2018. It went 16″ in size and made for some nice steaks that cooked nicely pan fried in olive oil and seasoned… [read more]

  • Quick Update – March 27, 2018 #coaffieldteam

    By / March 27, 2018 / Fishing

    Slight rain delay in fishing but did note the OPST Commando Head demo is gaining interest from viewers! Liking the one-handed spey technique! Also, the broiled trout recipe is doing well… working another one… Pan Fried Trout with a little fortified buttery nipple cocktails to have while cooking! Hope to have it posted soon!

  • Catch N’ Cook Trout! #troutfishing #waterwolfcamera #catchandcook

    By / January 7, 2018 / Fishing, Waterloo Park Pond

    Action Saturday, January 6 where we fished Waterloo Park in Denison,TX to catch trout for a Catch N’ Cook video requested by one of our Readers. Key bait was Corn. ower Bait worked but the trout really bit on the corn.  Also, caught a couple on the fly using the Micro Flyrod and a Guadalupana!… [read more]

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