Tandem Rig

  • How We Fished the Blue River Saturday… Limited Out! #flyfishing

    By / November 24, 2019 / Fishing

    Video of the action from Saturday morning, November 23, 2019 when we fished the Blue River in Oklahoma. Temps were in the 30s and the action was slow but steady. Able to limit out fishing the channel and undercut by the “Island” using Tandem Rigged Fishing Flies and Mop Flies. Tandem Rigged used was the… [read more]

  • Quick Update – Wood Net, Trout Stocking Schedule, Tandem Rig Article #flyfishing

    By / November 23, 2019 / Fishing

    Quick update as of Friday evening, November 22: Wood Net… just finished the new netting for the wood net. Just in time to make a run to the Blue River Saturday morning. More to come on our trip Saturday. Net did well, lost no trout, and limited out! Trout Stock Schedule… more fun with spreadsheets… [read more]

  • Increase Your Catch With Tandem Rigged Fishing Flies! #flyfishing

    By / November 21, 2019 / Fishing

    Answering the mail with a follow-up article to our video – “How We Tie Tandem Rigged Fishing Flies”. Published an article “Increase Your Catch with Tandem Rigged Fishing Flies!” Do check it out; it expands on the video providing details on knots used, suggested tips, why we like them, and how to fish them!

  • Tandem Rigged Streamer and Midge Worked Again…! #flyfishing #blueriver

    By / November 17, 2019 / Fishing

    Made it to the Blue River in Oklahoma Saturday. Had a great time. Water was clear and fish were active and once we figured out the pattern… able to get them on our stringer! Started with a Tandem Rigged Near Deere and John Deere; same setup that did well last Sunday. Unfortunately, was not the… [read more]

  • Switch Rod Practice in Preps for TRWD Flyfest!

    By / March 2, 2019 / Fishing

    Decided to get the switch rod out in preparation for next Saturday’s TRWD Flyfest. Tend to use the switch rod while fishing for trout as longer cast are needed at times and like the ease of less and/or no false casting. Stopped at Towne Lake in McKinney and got a round of practice casts in…. [read more]

  • Kayak Fishing for Stripers on Lake Texoma… Anyone? #texoma #coaffieldlteam

    By / September 6, 2018 / Fishing

    Had an awesome time on the water at Lake Texoma this past Saturday. Was a busy day on the lake being Labor Day Weekend, but it was manageable. Tried trolling at first and had a few strikes. Was hoping to locate balls of Shad with the depth finder, and then try to jig a slab… [read more]

  • Three Rainbow Trout Sunday at Bethany Lakes!

    By / December 19, 2016 / Bethany Lakes, Fishing

    Following up on yesterday post – “Quick Trip To Bethany Lakes… Running Errands”, below is the video of the action at Bethany Lakes where we caught three Rainbow Trout using a Tandem Rigged Near Deere and trailing COAF Griffith’s Gnat! It was very cold; we had to keep clearing the rod guides on our fly… [read more]

  • Quick Trip To Bethany Lakes… “Running Errands” #troutfishing

    By / December 18, 2016 / Bethany Lakes

    Running errands for the significant other… passed by Bethany Lakes and had to bend a fishing rod and wet a line given it was stocked with trout recently. Very cold, did see lots of fish activity and fish being caught. After trying different lures and fishing flies, was able to get three using a Tandem… [read more]

  • One More Round at Waterloo!

    By / March 6, 2016 / Waterloo Park Pond

    2015-2016 Trout Stocking Season is nearing an end. Decided to make one more trip to Waterloo for Rainbow Trout. Was able to limit out using a Tandem Rig – Near Deere and Griffiths Gnat before the wind kicked up. Left them biting but had to work hard for the last one.

  • Out and About Saturday

    By / February 28, 2016 / Fishing

    Fished McKinney’s Towne Lake Saturday morning, and then fished Prosper’s Frontier Park Pond afterwards. Took a little work to find the pattern at Towne Lake. But, did find it… Olive Near Deere was the “go to ” fishing fly again. But, the key was the retrieve – let the fishing fly sink counting to ten,… [read more]

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