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  • Quick Update – March 19, 2018 #coaffieldteam

    By / March 19, 2018 / Fishing

    Another quick update… Finally posted the TRWD Flyfest video on our YouTube Channel! Was a fun year, and a great time… even better to close out the stocking season with the Bruiser. Plus made for a tasty meal, too. Answering the mail since mentioning the broiled trout recipe; been getting questions asking for more details… [read more]

  • Happy New Year… Start Day One with a New Article…. #flycasting #flyfishing

    By / January 1, 2018 / Article

    Happy New Year to our Readers! We hope 2018 brings lots of good times especially in the field while fishing for a Bruiser or two. To start the year, would like to invite Readers to check out our latest article, “A Simplified Guide To Fly Casting”. Recently we have had several questions sent to us… [read more]

  • Kayak Jug Fishing… DIY Marker Buoy Jug Lines! #juglining #jugfishing

    By / July 29, 2017 / Fishing

    Finally got it done but it’s done! Posted the article on how we made the kayak jug fishing lines and why we are switching to them. We still have our other jug lines, but for jug fishing in a kayak, these are much easier to deploy in the limited space of the kayak. Also, we… [read more]

  • Another Article… “Fishing In Galveston” #saltwaterfishing #galveston #galvestonfishing

    By / July 14, 2017 / Saltwater Fishing

    Since the run to the Galveston last month, we have been missing the Texas Coast and the saltwater fishing that it offers.  Although we have had several rounds of kayak fishing in since then locally, one cannot catch a Shark in Lake Lavon! Luckily, we have several Readers asking about information and lessons learned from… [read more]

  • New HubPages Article, “Kayak Buying Tips” #hubpages #kayakfishing

    By / July 12, 2017 / Fishing

    Been getting questions from Readers recently related the fishing we have been posting about. One of question asked about the kayaks we use for fishing and our thoughts about them. To better answer questions, we have noticed publishing online articles and referencing the link has been working well. Here is our latest article, “Kayak Buying… [read more]

  • DIY Fly Line Leader

    By / June 6, 2017 / Article

    Posted a new online article, “DIY Fly Line Leader”. Expands on a previous post about the two fly line leader recipes we use for trout and striped bass! Picture below is where we used a simple leader formula that we call the Field Team Striped Bass Recipe to land a Striped Bass. Do check it out… [read more]

  • COAF Guadalupana #flytying

    By / February 15, 2017 / Article, Fly Tying

    While fishing in Frisco this past weekend, we met one of our Readers who asked about the Guadalupana fishing fly that we used while fishing the Guadalupe River several seasons ago. Has been awhile since we tied one but we do recall it was an effective fishing fly for us, working on the trout on… [read more]

  • Fly Tying – The PMC Emerger Article is Posted! #flytying

    By / January 2, 2017 / Article, Fly Tying

    Had a couple of Readers ask about the fishing fly we have been using to catch the trout feeding on and/or near the water’s surface. We have been using two patterns – the Griffith’s Gnat tied on a caddis hook and the PMC Emerger. Since we could not find instructions online on how to tie… [read more]

  • New HubPages Article, “Water Wolf Camera”

    By / July 10, 2016 / Article

    Posted a new online article, “Water Wolf Camera“, that provides suggestions and tips on using the camera. Still working on testing the camera while trolling; more to come. Till then, do check out the video posted by author and avid surf fisherman John Skinner who has been using the camera to capture video illustrating what he… [read more]

  • “Look Ma No Wings”… Fly Tying Article Posted!

    By / April 12, 2016 / Fishing

    Been having fun catching fish these past few outings. One pattern in particular seems to be doing well on top water action for Bluegill and Bass. We started using the Simple Foam Damsel Fly pattern we have used for many years. It has done well for us, but always on the lookout for other patterns… [read more]

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