Just received my Outdoor Oklahoma magazine and want to send out a hearty CONGRATULATIONS to GREG MCWILLIAMS for being featured in an article on catching Sunfish using a flyrod and flies! WTG Greg!
Added by Jen Nayfly on March 11, 2014 at 8:50am —
Saturday evening headed out directly after work to my favorite bluegill hole, armed with various colors of the Greasy Monkey fly. Since I'd been catching fish of late on my little brown bug, I decided to tie on a brown Greasy Monkey with a copper stripe down the side. This was my prize.… Continue
Added by Jen Nayfly on July 16, 2012 at 9:58am —
Peacock herl is a great body material. But it is not durable. A fish can get a tooth into the herl and it breaks and unravels. End of the fly. With the use of a dubbing tool we shall make a peacock herl chanile .
There are several of these on the market you can buy. This one is made with a paper clip and the end of a mechanicl pencil. Bend the paper clip in… Continue
Added by Jen Nayfly on May 28, 2012 at 8:06pm —
Most everyone on here knows I fish 99% of the time from my FishCat tube. Here's my question I ' d like help with.........I can't afford to buy a Real pistol to carry in my tube so am wondering if anyone has CO2 experience with a BB pistol. Also since I live alone would this be helpful against an intruder as well as Snakes?
Added by Jen Nayfly on April 11, 2012 at 6:28pm —
A year ago we lost a treasured member on this sight. His name was Joseph Parker known here as Bluegill Boogieman. Everyone please say a prayer for the friends and family he left behind. I for one have missed him greatly and all that he contributed to this sight.
Added by Jen Nayfly on November 3, 2011 at 6:47pm —
Please stop by and sign the guest book and let his family know how much he'll be missed on this wonderful sight!
Added by Jen Nayfly on November 3, 2010 at 9:49am —
The water, calm, clear and blue
Mesmerizes me as I search for you.
A gently laid fly, only to lure
A beautiful vibration will be the cure.
I grip the rod when I feel it jerk
Swiftly I pull, as I watch my hand work.
As my prize begins to surface and grow
I feel all tingly, my face aglow.
At last I’m able to pull it in
A big beautiful bluegill is my win.
Added by Jen Nayfly on September 27, 2010 at 8:14am —