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Weber River 11/29/2002
Pyramid Lake 12/07/2002
Pyramid Lake 12/07/2002
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Madison River 07/18/2005
Butterfly Lake 09/04/2005
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Hot Spots - Yellowstone Lake

This is the family's annual trip to Yellowstone National Park and it is definitely the best time to fish in this area of the park. The Calibaetis are coming off in the thousands and then some. We meet up with the entire family for breakfast in one of the most amazing places on earth Gull Point Drive picnic area. This picnic area provides excellent views of Lake Hotel and entertainment for the kids (they can ski down the sandhills). Read More

Hot Spots - Pyramid Lake

Pyramid Lake is the ancestral home of the Lahontan Cutthroat that used to range up the entire range of the Truckee into Lake Tahoe and its tributaries. The last natural spawning run of these fish was in the 1930s after a diversion dam was placed on the Truckee for the benefit of agriculture. This fishery has been preserved by the Paiute Tribe on whose land the Lake lies. Through their excellent hatchery program this lake remains the last chance for many western anglers to catch a double-digit trout. Read More

Hot Spots - Weber River

We all met at Matt's house on 11/29/02, Dad arrives and we continue to Over The Counter for some coffee and grub. Today we're headed to the Weber River in Wanship, UT between Rockport and Echo Reservoir. It's only about a 30 minute drive out of Salt Lake City we arrive pick up our friend Jon and down to the river we head. Read More

Hot Spots - Pyramid Lake

Pyramid Lake was so blessed this weekend it had people walking on water and big fish being caught. Sat the 7th of December was a day in the largest fish contest!!! I arrived around 10:30 to t-shirt wheather, calm winds and sunny skies. I started out using the usual, a dark Wooly Worm up front and a flashy colored fly below about 3 ft. i.e. a Leach Yarn Minnow. The bite wasn't on quite yet and so into my fly box I go. I picked the Hairless Skip Um Sally tied it below the same wooly worm. This 27" 4.5 lb. Cuttroat Trout(below to the right) took the Hairless Skip Um Sally and to the center of the Lake he headed. The photo was taken by a nice Gentleman who also offered his net. Thanks! Only one other fish was caught today around 17" with 2 other hits. Read More

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