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    Truckee California.

    This past week Christy and I snuck out for an overnighter at our favorite catch and release lake near Truckee. It was an absolute perfect day and once again we had the lake to ourselves.


    The campgrounds are some of the nicest around and always quiet. The fact that the lake is artificial only, barbless, catch and release really keeps the masses down.


    The bite was not red hot but we managed to catch about a dozen and a half between the two of us.


    Christy with a spunky rainbow.


    I managed to catch all three flavors of trout in the lake: Cutthroat, Brown and Rainbow Trout.


    Christy with another beautiful rainbow.


    Brown Trout are the predominate fish in the lake and make up about eighty-five percent of the catch rate.


    Christy still needs a Lahontan Cutthroat Trout for her second California Heritage Trout Challenge certificate.

    On this trip, all she could muster up were browns and rainbows.

    Oh well maybe next time.


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