My buddies and i went up to Boardman to see if we could catch a brookie. Got up to the parking lot around 9 am and started the hike. The hike is about a mile and 0.1 miles in there is a lake named Lake Evan. There I saw a couple of guys fishing in a float tube. You really need a float tube there because the shores have trees all around the lake. We continued on to Lake Boardman and pumped up the tube and start fishing. I first tried trolling a black sparkly wooly bugger. I didn't get a bite but buddy did doing the same thing with a black wooly bugger. I then tried a black and red chronomid and got no bites. Finally at about 11:30 am I tried an Adams fly and got a hit when I got it in it was a 6" small brookie. My other friends were on shore using spinners and got one hit but couldn't get it in. Then tried green mallows on shore and didn't get a bite. Be ware lots of mosquitoes so bring bug spray. Also the water is cold but heard from other hiker that in August it is a Great Lake to swim in.