• Stream Side Etiquette – How Far Should I Fish from another Fisherman… #infographic #flyfishing

    By / December 22, 2019 / Fishing

    Question from a Viewer on our YouTube Channel – COAF Field Team concerning how far up or downstream should you fish to give others their space. Initial answer was to defer to others for more input but did suggest talking to the other person to confirm where they are fishing. Made sense… but, found the… [read more]

  • Lower Illinois River Fishing Map #infographic

    By / October 25, 2019 / Fishing

    A Year Round Trout Fishery! The Lower Illinois River is one of two year round trout fisheries in Oklahoma. It is stocked with Rainbow and Brown Trout by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (ODWC) as water conditions allow. To help fishermen interested in fishing the Lower Illinois River, we created an infographic and posted… [read more]

  • Blue River, OK Fishing License #oklahomafishing #infographic

    By / October 21, 2019 / Fishing

    Follow-up on yesterday’s video post on Blue River Fishing and places to fish. This one is an infographic and video about Fishing Licenses and other info for fishing the Blue River, OK! Key Links for reference: Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation Home Page: Online Purchase: Contact Us: Oklahoma Fishing Guide 2019/2020:… [read more]

  • Blue River Fishing – Places to Fish #troutfishing

    By / October 20, 2019 / Fishing

    Trout season is just around the corner with our neighbors to the North in Oklahoma getting a stocking of the Blue River in November. As we get lots of questions asking about fishing the Blue River, decided to post this video and provide details on an Infographic we published on our blog – Hope it… [read more]

  • Circle Hooks Vs J-Hooks

    By / August 19, 2019 / Fishing

    Here is an interesting infographic that may add more debate to the effectiveness of circle hooks versus j-hooks. As quoted by Lenny Rudow, “Using Circle Hooks versus J-Hooks isn’t an either-or proposition—both types belong in your tacklebox. Choose which to use wisely, and you’ll end up with more fish in the cooler.“ Retrieved from

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