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Lake Fishing

Started by ryguy, September 24, 2017, 07:55:13 am

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The cooler temps had me thinking about all the usual fun fall activities, plus grouse, quail, cool temps and lake turnover.  Left the house at 5 to get up there early and then be leaving when it began getting warm.

It's a beautiful part of the state, and the water was far clearer than I remember from my last visit in 2010.

We did not catch any trout, but did find a few panfish and bass to keep it fun.  No fish pics from this trip, just scenery...






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Good for you getting out.  'c;

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