Texas Rainbow Trout

  • Texas Rainbow Trout Fishing | Two Plus One Tips for this Stocking Season

    By / December 26, 2020 / Fishing

    No fishing today, but made time to post two fishing tips that may of interest for those fishing the Texas Rainbow Trout Winter Stocking this season, and then we added one more that applies more to the warmer fishing season. First tip is on the Adjusta Bubble we like using for our Bubble Fly Rigs…. [read more]

  • Texas Rainbow Trout Fishing | What Worked This Round – Power Worms Crankie, No Yankie!

    By / December 20, 2020 / Fishing

    Made the run to Pottsboro Lake in Grayson County Saturday morning for some Texas Rainbow Trout fishing. Recently stocked with trout, the Team brought fly fishing gear, ultralight spinning gear, and a GoFish Cam to fish the pond. The morning started out with lots of surface activity similar to the trout feeding on a “bug… [read more]

  • Texas Rainbow Trout Fishing | Catch and Cook This Round!

    By / December 16, 2020 / Fishing

    More Texas Rainbow Trout Fishing for yours truly. Made a quick trip to the local pond for more trout. Only three this round that went for the Generic Black Dry Fly Midge. Missed others but no worries… able to try the Easy Baked Trout Recipe again but this time added Jalapenos! TASTY!

  • Texas Rainbow Trout Fishing | Found a Pattern, Limited Out

    By / December 14, 2020 / Fishing

    After several quick trips in the late afternoon/evening fishing for Texas Rainbow Trout that were stocked at Bethany Lakes last Wednesday, finally limited out on a cold Saturday morning. Trout were actively feeding on something. Even chased but turned away from lures we casted. Trout were picky with one caught on a Rubber Legged Near… [read more]

  • Texas Rainbow Trout Fishing | Bethany Lakes Updates

    By / December 12, 2020 / Fishing

    Impromptu livestream to recap today’s trip to Bethany Lakes for some Texas Rainbow Trout Fishing. Finally able to catch a trout or two! That is, limited out after a cold morning start and adjustments to the pattern. Will get a follow-up video of the action soon as able!

  • Texas Rainbow Trout Fishing | Finding the Pattern… Bubble Fly Rig Anyone?

    By / December 11, 2020 / Fishing

    Impromptu livestream to recap a quick trip to Bethany Lakes for some Texas Rainbow Trout Fishing – specifically, where we attempt to find the pattern using spincasting gear and ultralight spinning gear. Short on time but did manage to catch one using the Bubble Fly Rig but promptly dropped it back into the water. Check… [read more]

  • Texas Rainbow Trout Fishing | GoFish Cam Scouting at Bethany Lakes

    By / December 10, 2020 / Fishing

    Having fun GoFish Cam scouting for trout during the Texas Rainbow Trout Fishing stocking season. This round we checked out Bethany Lakes yesterday. Overall, bite was slow but did get strikes on the Super Duper at dusk. Still need to work on the rigging for the GoFish Cam to get better action shots, but was… [read more]

  • Texas Rainbow Trout Fishing | Q&A Livestream

    By / December 8, 2020 / Fishing

    Impromptu livestream to answer questions… Texas Rainbow Trout Fishing. Getting questions on Bethany Lakes and fishing for trout. Bethany is scheduled for its stocking tomorrow – Wednesday – 12/9/20. Should be a fun time trying to catch a fish or two!

  • Texas Rainbow Trout Fishing | Paluxy Heritage Park

    By / December 6, 2020 / Fishing

    Went fishing for Rainbow Trout that were stocked earlier this week in Glen Rose at Paluxy Heritage Park. Although only one trout and missed several others, was able to make it fun day trip checking out a place we never been to before… even had a tasty Margarita and Tex-Mex food at a local restaurant!… [read more]

  • Trout Fishing Pottsboro Lake! #flyfishing #tfoflyrod #cgrflyrod

    By / December 28, 2019 / Fishing

    Fished a new place yesterday – December 27, 2019… Pottsboro Lake located just north of Dallas in the town of the same name… Pottsboro. Stocked with trout earlier in the month, was not sure if the trout would still be there. It’s a small pond and may have had heavy fishing pressure. As it turns… [read more]

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