Fordo came out to ice fish and discuss the USC so we headed out on Granby plowing through deep snow and slush. I've been smoking lake trout for the past 4 days and they came out sooo good, my plan was to load up on more eaters. Fished Granby till noon or so and Fordo wouldn't shut up about Green Mtn. so we decided to head that way for the afternoon. Loaded up my rig on a trailer, pulled Fordo out of the ditch and headed to Green Mtn. Granby's lakers hang out on the bottom and all have Mysis shrimp in their stomachs while Greens lakers suspend over deeper water and feed on Plankton. Got to meet the Dow officers at GM and had a nice long talk with them about management and regs. The 8 fish limit there is fine for the small guys but the larger Macs at Green are very rare and should be treated as a completely different specie as far as regs go. Somehow this state has a misconception that without Kokanee you can't have Lake trout. The fact is there are many lake's without kokanee that the Lakers do just fine. Deep lake in white river forest held the state record for many years. Gill lice has decimated the Kokanee on Green and look at Twin Lakes and Turquoise. Jackson lake in Wyoming produced a state record without Kokanee. One problem is our managers take a very Abnormal lake like Blue mesa with the fastest growth rates for Lakers known anywhere and use that as a base for lake trout conditions. We pulled off the double play and it was a great day. Fordo is doing a great job trying to help manage GM and the few fish he catches over 18"s go backready for the Smoker, thanks to Granbys Mysis shrimp the smaller fish from Granby were in better condition but Greens Lakers were doing just fine with stomachs full of Plankton. Mysis Shrimp from Granby lakers in this Pic.