Took a Bit But the Pattern Worked Eventually!

By / December 24, 2014 / Bethany Lakes

Heard from Fshng84 again! Looks like he is stuck on Bethany Lakes and the COAF Griffith’s Gnat. Luckily, three Trout went for the pattern although one was lost while bringing it in. He had to wait until the early evening when the Trout started rising/feeding on something on the surface. Here are key notes from today:

  • Drop in temperatures and windy conditions made it tough to hook up; overall action remained slow during the mid-day period
  • Action did pick up later in the afternoon/early evening with Bubble Fly Rigs and PowerWorms doing well
  • Also, noted Velveeta Cheese fished with a Bobber were doing well in the early evening
  • COAF Griffith’s Gnat came through when sight casting to rising Trout also in the early evening
  • Silver Super Duper did well for some; cast for distance to the middle of the pond and use a steady retrieve to hook up

Video clip below shows the COAF Griffith’s Gnat hooking up with two Rainbow Trout:

PS: Added RSS Feeds that may be of interest to Readers:

  • “Coffee Break Anyone” – Field Team’s review of different coffees while out and about
  • “Just a Glass” – Review from two “Winos” of different wines “tasted” over the years
  • “What’s for Dinner” – Review of different restaurants in the Team’s local area
  • “COAF Weblog” – COAF Field Team’s weblog; has Team Members’ details of the day’s action
  • “Drifting the Prairie Ocean – Outdoor Journal” – Blue River weblog from an avid Oklahoman fisherman

 

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