Wednesday, July 27, 2011

7-14-2011 Rogers Lake Arctic Grayling

After a night of solid rain, Flathead River was already 1' higher than yesterday.  We decided to go after some Arctic Grayling on Rogers Lake, one of my favorite stand-by locations.

Today I had two young men who are both 13 years old, and pretty new to Fly Fishing but eager to catch some fish while visiting Flathead Valley.  We anchored at the edge of the reeds and got two lines in the water.  The Grayling were very active today.  We had 30-40 bites, and managed to land 10 nice fish off of Prince Nymphs. 

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