Decided to strike grayling from a high mountain lake off the list one day. This lake wasn't picked for any particular reason other than it was one of dozns in the area, had a hiking trail leading to it and was known for grayling. Lot's and lots of grayling. I'm in.
|Up we went|
|Small nymphs under a dry dropper proved|
to be the ticket
|This lake sat below the one we hiked into and held |
brook and rainbow trout
|Spruce Moths in the Big Hole Valley. And|
the fish love'd em
So my friend John took us on a little excursion one day to a small, no name stream. It reminded me an awful lot like a lot of the small streams of southwest Wisconsin, and was loaded with 10-13" brook trout. We also caught browns up to 16" which was a nice bonus.