PMC Emerger

  • Carl Young Park in Abilene…! #flyfishing

    By / May 7, 2017 / Fishing

    Was on the road Saturday. Travel was unrelated to fishing but was able to wet a line! Did some fly fishing with the little 2wt CGR Fiberglass Rod from Cabelas! Handy little rod that is easy to pack while traveling. Remembered Carl Young Park was listed in Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Trout Stocking Schedule… [read more]

  • Caught a Shellcracker, then Back to the Lake!

    By / April 17, 2017 / Fishing

    Caught a Shellcracker Saturday morning on a PMC Emerger at Bethany Lakes, then got a call from our fishing buddy to load the jon boat and do some jug lining for Catfish. Hit Lavon and wound up catching four Catfish. Also found the Yellow Bass were lurking near the boat ramp. Went back Sunday with… [read more]

  • COAF Field Team Vlog #34 – PMC Emerger at Waterloo Rocked! #flyfishing

    By / March 4, 2017 / Fishing, Waterloo Park Pond

    With the 2016-2017 Texas Rainbow Trout Stocking Season closing out in our area, decided to fish Waterloo Park Pond in Denison this morning. Bite was steady with a limit taken on PMC Emergers. That said, next week is TRWD Flyfest in Fort Worth; we plan to join the fun, learn more about fly fishing things,… [read more]

  • Only One This Round…. #flyfishing

    By / February 12, 2017 / Fishing

    Only one trout this morning at Frisco Commons Pond. Windy conditions and warm temps but others were hooking up with the stocker trout! For your’s truly, the one went for a PMC Emerger, but did lose several missed strikes. Fun time still! Only one #trout this round at #friscocommons …still good to get out. Went… [read more]

  • PMC Emerger Variant… PMC GNE! #flytying

    By / January 22, 2017 / Fishing

    Yesterday while fishing Waterloo Park Pond, we mentioned in our earlier post that we ran out of the “go to” fishing fly that the trout were keying on. A hatch was in progress, there were bugs all around, and the trout wanted either a size 16 Griffith’s Gnat or a size 20 Black Midge. Not… [read more]

  • COAF Field Team Vlog #32 – Dry Fly Time at Waterloo! #flyfishing

    By / January 21, 2017 / Fishing

    Fun time limiting out on trout at Waterloo Park Pond in Denison. Dry Flies were the key this round with the Griffith’s Gnat in size 16 being the “go to” fishing fly. But, as luck would have it, ran out of them. Did manage to get the trout to bite on other dry flies despite… [read more]

  • PMC Emerger for Some Fun with Bluegill at Bethany! #flyfishing

    By / January 20, 2017 / Bethany Lakes, Bluegill

    Quick trip to the local pond yesterday for some fun with little Bluegill. Caught five that went for a PMC Emerger! No Bruisers but still lots of fun! Pictures at the end of the video are blurry; gotta work on the photography skills but the video action tells the story! PS: Really liking the new… [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]

  • First Fish for 2017… Rainbow Trout On a PMC Emerger! #flyfishing

    By / January 1, 2017 / Bethany Lakes

    Short on time today but was able to make a quick trip to Bethany Lakes this evening for about 45″. Managed to catch one Rainbow Trout and missed several others. Used the 5wt fly rod and the PMC Emerger and sight cast to passing schools of trout! Fun time… and a great way to start 2017!… [read more]

  • Happy New Years… Three Trout to Close Out 2016! #flyfishing

    By / December 31, 2016 / Bethany Lakes

    Happy New Years! What better way to end the last day of the year then going fishing! Took a little time but did get three trout to stay on the hook at Bethany Lakes this morning. Two went for a PMC Emerger, and one went for a Griffith’s Gnat. Lost the last PMC Emerger to… [read more]

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