Okay, here's the sitch: I'm fishing in this little lake, which is no bait: artificial lures and flies only. I'm having fun catching teeny bluegills on a teeny fly. I have one about 2 inches long, I'm pulling it in, and this humongous bass comes up and inhales the bluegill. Light line, low drag; about fifteen minutes later, I manage to land the bass. Meanwhile, Mr. Ranger shows up, watching with keen interest. He asks: "What'd you catch him on?" Problem: if I say, "A #20 Black Gnat," it's not strictly true. If I say, "A small bluegill," he gets me for using bait. What do I say? What's the legal position? All wit and wisdom appreciated . . .