Andy fishing on a cold windy morning.
I have been working so much I have not had time to post any of the recent trips. Here is a photo collaboration of the past few months. There has been some good days of fishing and some very bad days. Work is really starting to slow the fishing down and that is going to change.
Andy with a small cutbow. This lake holds Tiger, Cutthroat, Rainbows and Brook trout.
Barb with a small Tiger Trout. Tiger trout can be very rare in the west.
Christy and I decided to take a day off from trout and go for some sunfish.
I love Bluegill.
Christy with a nice Redear Sunfish.
The always reliable Brown Trout lake close to home.
Opening day. The background gives away our location.
Barb would catch no Cutthroat Trout on this stormy day.
Andy and I found an amazing hike to lake that contains Wild Kamloop Rainbow trout and Brook Trout. The Lake was put on DFW'S wild and scenic list in 2012. The lake is no longer stocked and is just loaded with fish.
The fish are very healthy at this lake and there are lots of them.
It does not get much prettier than this lake.
Type three lines were the key to catching fish today.
The bite was consistent all day.
Andy finally broke down and bought a Supercat 50 float tube.
There were a lot of fish located on these steep banks.
Andy with his first fish, caught in his new boat.
A good spot.
The lake was very full.
Another hot spot.
Andy just missed another one.
The lake also contains Brook Trout.
The water was cold and so were our feet . We had to call it a short day.