The water was a few feet down from last week revealing more shoreline and underlying structure. Fished downstream again from the confluence and had some descent luck despite the fluctuating constant breezes througout the day. Caught a good number of fish with size and variety including a half dozen bows at or slightly over 20". The hatchery fish were very stout and produced thick fillets. Same ratio as usual about 1/5 were non-clipped fish and good sized. Got skunked on Kokanee but was rewarded with a unique fella today-The 2nd Bull Trout that I have ever caught in Roosevelt (great fighter and safely released-I fish barbless).
Nice to see this variety in the system...
Looks like some nice weather next week. Good luck to all if you can get out. Water level is now around 1275.
Tight Lines Everyone!