Denison Dam

  • Denison Dam Fishing – Five Tips for Fly Fishing

    By / August 9, 2019 / Fishing

    Fished Denison Dam early AM Sunday. Was non-Stop action. Lost count of how many were caught and released. Estimated over fifty striped bass after we quit counting! All were caught and released between 6AM to 10AM till alarm sounded warning us power plant would be generating soon. Do join us this round for Denison Dam… [read more]

  • Quick Fishing Update… Finally Broke The Streak!

    By / July 14, 2019 / Fishing

    Fished Lavon last Friday and struck out, then Denison Dam last Saturday and struck out, too! Went to Texoma last Sunday, and struck out again! No chance to fish until this Saturday… finally broke the streak by fishing Stoney Hollow Park Pond using the TFO 6wt Fly Rod and Echo Iion 6/7wt reel. OPST Commando… [read more]

  • Q&A: How We Fish a Tailrace… Denison Dam Tailrace #denisondam #tailracefishing

    By / July 8, 2019 / Fishing

    Answering the mail from a Reader’s question concerning Denison Dam Tailrace and Lake Texoma. Do check it out and do stay till the end for a bonus tip! Also, here is an outline of the info provided in the video for reference. Question 1: Daily limits for Texoma vs. Denison Dam (tailrace) Answer: TPWD 2019… [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]

  • COAF Field Team Vlog #10 “Fishing Denison Dam with the Switch Rod”

    By / September 25, 2016 / Catfish, Striped Bass

    Has been a busy work week but we did make it to Denison Dam Saturday for another round of fishing. Brought the 6-weight Switch Rod, lots of Clouser Minnows, and the dip net to catch Shad. Last time we were here, the fish were only taking Shad and did not want our Clouser Minnows. So, just… [read more]

  • Vlog #7 and Live Stream Q&A

    By / September 12, 2016 / Striped Bass

    We hosted another Live Stream Q&A Session on YouTube this evening. Below is the archived episode. Lesson learned from last Q&A is the down time or lag while waiting for questions leads to long pauses in the session. Thos round, we used yesterday’s trip to Denison Dam to keep things more lively. We did have… [read more]

  • COAF Field Team Vlog #6 – “Denison Dam”

    By / September 5, 2016 / Fishing

    This round we went back to Denison Dam Saturday morning for another go at Striped Bass. The generation schedule showed no planned generations until around 12:45PM. So, by the time we started fishing, we had at least three solid hours to fish the pools and runs! Last week we picked up a Lamson Waterworks Liquid 4… [read more]

  • COAF Field Team Vlog #5 – “Local Ponds and Denison Dam”

    By / August 28, 2016 / Fishing

    This round we do a quick recap of the local ponds fished this past week – Bethany Lakes, Sonic Pond, Eagles Nest aka “Pond Behind In-N-Out Burger”.  And then, we go into Saturday’s trip to Denison Dam. Was a tough go but did catch and release a couple of Carp as well as hook into… [read more]

  • Back to Waterloo!

    Back to Waterloo today. Less wind compared to yesterday but much colder. Was breaking ice from the rod guides. At one point about every third cast, had to stop casting to break the ice. Action was slow on the fly but bait fishermen were doing well on PowerBait and PowerWorms. Ended the round catching a… [read more]

  • Denison Dam for Fly Fishing Fun!

    By / November 1, 2015 / Bass, Striped Bass

    Planned to fish the Blue River for Rainbow Trout today but heard the recent rains muddied the river. Was still wavering yesterday on where to fish, so just in case decided to tie some Clouser Minnows to go along with the Near Deere, GRHENs, and Rainbow Warriors. Good thing we had the Clouser Minnows! Ended… [read more]

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