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Name: Hawgs On Date: July 12, 2010 Rating:
 
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Day 2: Petit Lake, morning fishing for cutthroat trout using rooster tails...white did the best.

Since the weather moved in with a lot of wind in the lower big lakes, we made a road trip into the mountains to fish Petit Lake. We had the lake to ourselves and caught/kept 6 fish between the two of us in about an hour and a half. We then borrowed a nice firepit someone had constructed along the shore and cooked them up in foil, with a little butter and lemon. Three small fresh cutts each...yum!

Beautiful country and biting, tasty fish...a great fishing adventure. Thanks again Bear!

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Name: Chris Thomas Date: July 07, 2003 Rating:
 
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I always have fun at this lake, its so quite remote and serene. But the fishing here in off and on. Petit has some nice cutts but do to a healthy supply of over fishing this lake isn't as good as it used to be, and Yocum Lake is the same way. There was a time when a 20 inch cutt was very common, but now do to people catching more than their 5 fish per day a good sized cutt is around 8 inches. I have fly fished with a #14 hook and pick your own weapon, but have had also good luck with worms and corn.

One other thing the elevation here is around 4500 feet, and there is alot of grizzlys and black bears in the area, so Pack it in Pack it out!

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