Man I love that lake! Went up yesterday, we got a 6lb brown about a 8lb mac that went back in and a couple smaller browns. Gorgeous sunrise, no wind, warm, eagles, absolutely wonderful morning!
oldhippie said:Man I love that lake! Went up yesterday, we got a 6lb brown about a 8lb mac that went back in and a couple smaller browns. Gorgeous sunrise, no wind, warm, eagles, absolutely wonderful morning!
meluvtrout said:In another 30 years or so, I'm planning on becoming an old hippie like you are and fish anytime I want to! Congrats on the catch...
oldhippie said:It's not often we can get into the high lakes during mid November.
allford said:What were you using? My father in law lives in Crescent and we are headed down there for Thanksgiving. My friend said I could take his boat over the holidays and I had thought about draging it along.
joemomma said:Nice job, that is aspecial lake! I wish I could be an old hippie! I just don't have the hair!:shock:
Troutski said:There is an island in the back of the lake, depending on the level of the lake, this area has a very cool drop off and can be very good Brown Trout area. Again it depends on the lake level, well worth a look.
allford said:Thanks! You should have ended your post with this post will self destruct in 5 seconds. :lol:
allford said:I did go, but I got up late. By the time I got there, blew up my raft and started fishing it was 9:30 and I had to leave by noon for turkey. I saw lots of big fish jumping but didn't get to meet any up close. Next time I head down I will have my act together and I think I know where to fish. Man that water is clear! I had a good time enjoying the view and chilling out. I was the only one on the water.
phish-on said:is this the crescent lake of which you speak?
oldhippie said:It's still accessible, I'm going to head up there Wednesday morning. Looks like everything above sealevel's going to be inaccessible after this weekend!