Trout

  • Liking the Discount Switch Rod #flyfishing

    By / March 15, 2020 / Fishing

    Limited out last weekend at Pebblebrook Community Park pond in Sherman. The discount switch rod worked well along with the Rubber Legged Near Deere and Mop Fly! Had trout readily taking both fishing flies but the Rubber Legged Near Deere seemed to get more strikes than the.Mop Fly. The Discount Switch Rod worked nicely. Ease… [read more]

  • Tasty Catch and Cook Rainbow Trout from the Blue River.

    By / March 23, 2019 / Fishing

    Fished the Blue River in Oklahoma for trout; your’s truly hooked and lost a few but our fishing buddy was able to bring home three nice trout caught using PowerWorms. Posted the action on the River last week on our channel. This video follows it showing the Team cooking the trout for a next morning… [read more]

  • Limited Out On The Lower Illinois River!

    By / October 21, 2018 / Fishing

    Had a fun time on the Lower Illinois River Saturday! Still working on the video of the trip; will post soon as able. For now, here is a snippet of our Fishing Partner catching the First and Last Trout of the day….! Also, here is the link to the article that details the Bubble Fly… [read more]

  • Quick Recap of the Weekend! #coaffieldteam #flyfishing

    By / August 19, 2018 / Lower Illinois River

    Had a fun weekend making the run across the border from Texas to Oklahoma to have a little non-work time… Minor League Baseball, good food and drinks, fishing a river for trout and striped bass, and even a little catch and cook time! Had a great time… here is a quick recap of the fun…. [read more]

  • Wet Wading for Trout on the Lower Illinois River! #coaffieldteam

    By / June 11, 2018 / Lower Illinois River

    Made it to the Lower Illinois River earlier this month – June 2, 2018. Had a fun time wet wading the river for a chance at trout and other fish! Went with the 5 weight fly rod and one-handed spey casting with the OPST Commando Head. Used an olive Near Deere for the fishing fly…. [read more]

  • Quick Update – March 18, 2018 #coaffieldteam

    By / March 18, 2018 / Fishing

    Made it to McKinney this morning and fished for a couple of hours. Caught two, lost two, then had leave them biting. Power Bait, Power Worms, and corn were working. Olive Near Deere under a strike indicator worked, too. Did try a new recipe for the trout caught Friday… broiled it this time. Tasty dish,… [read more]

  • Quick Stop at Bethany Friday, then to Waterloo… #troutfishing

    By / December 16, 2017 / Waterloo Park Pond

    Missed seeing the trout being released at Bethany Friday, but was able to stop by and check things out. Trout are there, saw a few caught, but was not able to fish. When we were able, decided to make the run up the road to Denison and fish Waterloo Park Pond! Limited out using Near… [read more]

  • Caruth Park for Trout Fishing! #flyfishing

    By / December 6, 2017 / Fishing

    Sidetracked with the day job but did manage to get the video of the fishing trip to Caruth Park in Dallas – specifically, the Highland Park / University Park area. The park has a small pond that was stocked with trout last Wednesday. Managed to catch one, lose one… and catch a Bluegill, too! Others… [read more]

  • Fishing Report from Australia…! #australiatroutfishing #australia

    By / August 23, 2017 / Fishing

    Received an update from Steve in Australia… Great to hear the Near Deere is getting bit in OZ! Thanks for the update Steve! My two fishing trips were to Marysville Lake and Don Road Lake at Healesville. At Marysville I used my 12 foot tenkara rod as well as a spinning rod with a Crystal Cast… [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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