• Quick Trip to Bethany…!

    By / May 24, 2017 / Bass, Bethany Lakes

    Able to sneak away this evening for a quick trip to Bethany Lakes. Really nice evening with minimal wind. Made for ease of casting the fly rod. Bite was slow but still lots of fun. Caught a Bass and a Shellcracker on a Foam Grasshopper, and another Bass that went for a Near Deere. Bass… [read more]

  • Foam Grasshopper Worked Again!

    By / May 11, 2017 / Bass, Bethany Lakes, Bluegill

    Had a fun time yesterday fishing Bethany using the 5wt Fly Rod and a Foam Grasshopper. Took a little to find where they were but once found able to catch a mix of Bluegill, Shellcracker and Bass. Did lose the Grasshopper but did get a fish with a Pink Near Deere and another on a… [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]

  • Bass, Bluegill, and a Shellcracker on a Foam Grasshopper This Round! #foamgrasshopper

    By / March 15, 2017 / Bass, Bethany Lakes, Bluegill

    Quick trip after working the salt mines today! Still a chill in the air; bite was slower than yesterday but did manage to land a Bass, a Bluegill, and a Shellcracker that went for a Foam Grasshopper. Also, lost two others that we suspect were Bass. No worries… great way to end a workday! #flyfishing… [read more]

  • Mixed Bag This Evening at Bethany Lakes!

    By / March 10, 2017 / Bass, Bethany Lakes, Bluegill, Sunfish

    Fished Bethany this evening and caught a mixed bag of Bass, Bluegill, Sunfish, and a Shellcracker. Used a Guadalupana, a Foam Grasshopper, a Damsel Fly, and a PMC Emerger Variant to catch them this round! Fun stuff.. pics and a short snipped of one of the Bass and the Shellcracker begin caught! #flyfishing this evening…. [read more]

  • Cold Morning at Bethany… “Green Trout Anyone” #flyfishing

    By / December 29, 2016 / Bethany Lakes

    Was going for Rainbow Trout at Bethany Lakes this morning but was not able to catch any. Did catch a Shellcracker and two Bass aka “Green Trout”! Caught the fish using an Olive Near Deere. Did get two Trout to strike a Griffith’s Gnat but was not able to set the hook fast enough. Trout… [read more]

  • Quick Trip to Bethany with the Five Weight and a Foam Grasshopper

    By / August 22, 2016 / Bass, Bethany Lakes, Bluegill, Sunfish

    Lots of rain last week coupled with lot of work made for a tough time to go fishing. Started raining this afternoon, so had no plans to fish but then saw a break and made a run to Bethany. Grabbed the five weight fly rod (one that I broke and fixed last year) as it… [read more]

  • COAF Field Team Vlog #2 – Bethany Lakes

    By / August 14, 2016 / Bethany Lakes, Bluegill, Sunfish

    Weekend in flux; not sure what to do or where to fish. No worries, fished Bethany Lakes and caught fish! Here is the second Vlog post from the Team! Still not sure what the plan is tomorrow but will figure a way to get a line in the water! Till next time… Good luck and good… [read more]

  • Medicine Park in Oklahoma This Round

    By / November 16, 2015 / Rainbow Trout

    Out and about this weekend helping Nuclaroche relocate to Oklahoma. Not sure if we could go fishing but just in case, brought a Five and an Eight Weight Fly Rod. Sunday morning was able to breakaway and fish Medicine Park located about 1-1/2 hours from Oklahoma City. Cool place near Fort Sill that has a… [read more]

  • Sunday Round at Bethany!

    By / October 25, 2015 / Bass, Bethany Lakes, Bluegill, Sunfish

      Cooler Temps and rain these past few days may have changed the pattern. But, since we have not been able to fish since last Sunday, not sure what the pattern was in the first place! No worries, decided to give Bethany Lakes a try this morning. Started out with a Pink Near Deere and Rainbow… [read more]

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