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Back on the water

Got the boat out of storage a couple weeks ago, but between turkey hunting and Samantha’s birthday we hadn’t gotten it afloat until now.

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It still floats!!! We caught several nice fat bows and one cutty in one foot swells. Nice temp and a fun day!!

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Floating the North Platte

Our good friend Ty Hallock is a river guide and an incredible artist. He graciously put aside today to take us and his daughter Taya out for a float trip. The weather looked like it might hold even though we have been having spring rain storms move through on a regular basis lately. When we got to the river there was a cool breeze, but forrunately the sun came out early and stayed with us for most of the day. It is amazing how much water you can cover and re-cover in boat. The day was filled with dozens of healthy active Rainbows and cutbows finding their way into our net!

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North Platte

Over the last couple weeks we have been getting out to the river as much as possible.  The weather has been unseasonably warm (encouraging Michelle to get out) and the fishing is phenomenal as always.

We fished Saturday, March 31st with our friend Jeff Harmson.  It was a perfect morning with tempuratures in the mid 40s, sunny and the three of us hooking into several doubles and even a tripple.

We wereable to get out again on Sunday and caught a couple dozen fish still making it to Church on time!

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North Platte River below the Reef

The weather the last couple of weeks has been unseasonably mild!  With warmer days and lots of sunshine the itch has started for getting out onto some open and moving water.  4 trips have been logged on the river over the last two weekends with one float trip and three quick early morning trips to a favorite hole.  Each trip has been succesful with the best day having 22 fish landed and  9 others being lost in less then 2 hours of fishing.  The fish are all fat and sassy with most jumping several times before being brought to the net.  Looking forward to a couple more trips before the Bureau of Rec. starts to increase the flows starting April 2nd 🙁

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Two days at Muddy Guard

We always make sure to bring the 9″ auger to this lake!  It is not uncommon to pull 20+” trout on the ice and they are fat.  A multi-species fishery with rainbows, cuttbows, cutthroat  and browns!  We probably only average one or two fish every hour but with the size and quality so good it is worth the time and effort.  The weather this weekend was perfect!  Sunny, calm and high 30’s.  On Saturday we landed a dozen fish with the biggest rainbow being 23″ with a 14″ girth and the biggest cutthroat going 21″. We fished with a couple good friends Tyler and Taya Hallock.

Sunday morning and Erik was awake at 4:00 ready to try it again.  We only fished till 10:30 this morning but landed half a dozen 18″+ rainbows and cutthroats. The weather was again amazingly perfect, sunny and warm.

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Ice and bunnies

We haven’t had the best of luck with the ice the last couple weeks.  The weather has not cooperated with us with low pressure two weekends in a row, not to mention that it is getting toward late ice.  The fish are sluggish from lack of oxygen from this long, long winter.  Last weekend as well as yesterday only produced a few fish, albeit nice sized ones.  Our neice, Kylee, experienced her first ice fishing trip this weekend.  We were disappointed she didn’t catch one!

Today, after church, we picked up Max and Chad and went to Pathfinder looking for some cottontails for dinner.  There weren’t a ton of bunnies to be had, but we found enough.  Max shot a rifle for the first time by himself and “bagged” a rabbit of his own!

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Dome Rock

Our first ice trip of the season!  We got up bright and early Saturday morning, although not early enough.  We made it to the pond by 7:15 and found a good 5 inches of thickness.  Erik drilled several holes and within 5 minutes, Michelle had a hit.  We set up in about 10 foot of water and jigged with small jigs that worked horizontally.  After an hour or so we worked our way closer to the dam, where Erik had consistent hits for the remainder of the morning.  We pulled a dozen or so cutthroats through the ice.  All very healthy, fat, trout.

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Yellowstone/Glacier day 5

Monday morning we had a goal of hiking into Hidden Lake and fishing for Cutthroat Trout, big Cutthroat Trout! We had read how many and how big the fish are in the lake and had been waiting all summer to wet our flies here. We took the highway to the sun to the visitor center at Hidden Lake. On the way we ran in to some construction, which normally would have been frustrating, but it was nice to be able to stop and look for goats along a road that had few pull outs for glassing. It is a very steep and narrow climb on this road. No trailers or wide vehicles are allowed- for good reason.

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We made it to the parking lot just before the visitor center opened at 9.   After a quick tour of the center and cehcking out a goat across the highway, we started the trail to the lake. It took more that 2 hours to go merely 3 miles. The flowers, marmots, bighorn sheep and mountain goats kept impeding our progress.

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This is one of the most beautiful trails we have been on. As you ascend to the lookout point over the lake you will see abundant wildflowers including Indian Paint Brush and Bear Grass.   As you top out with waterfalls to your right bighorn sheep and mountain goats share the trail foraging alpine grasses and wild chives.   The view of the lake is spectacular, but there is more.

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Pass the look out and make the descent to the lake to find more goats and marmots posing and interacting with the tourists. At the lake we took off our shoes to make our way across the cold glacial waters of the creek to find the best fishing spot. We had to work our way more than half way around the lake to get into consistent fishing. ONce we found where the fish we congregation we started catching 14-18” cuts using dry flies. It was very exciting to watch the fish break the surface to take the fly.

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The fish in Hidden are fat and healthy and put up a good fight.   We stayed at the lake until 4:30 before making our way back to the trail. The hike out proved as exciting as the hike in, we saw many goats and sheep on the way back to the visitor’s center.  We decided to make our way to Saint Mary for the night.  Just before we left the park for the night we saw a gorgeous black bear eating berries by the side of the road. We found a KOA in St. Mary, it is nice to have a place to clean up and restock every few days….

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Fish Lake

Erik’s parents met us at the KOA in Dubois to see the sheep and go fishing.  Of course the rams were not in the same place for easy viewing.  Murphy’s Law.  They probably were hidden around some cliff laughing at us.
Wednesday afternoon we took the Explorer in to Fish Lake.  What a windy day!  It was difficult casting and the fish STILL haven’t turned on yet.  Mary did fairly well throwing a leech fly with a spinning rod and Erik caught a couple dozen using power bait.

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When we got back to camp our tent had blown against a tree (we didn’t stake it) and the wind persisted until 9pm squashing our fire and smores plan for the evening.

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Thursday morning Erik, Mary and Gordon went to the badlands to look for rams.  Neither of the two bands we had seen earlier in the week were visible.  Erik did manage to locate a good ram laying down, however.

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