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Fished Mitchell Lakes up in Indian Peaks on Monday from 10am-2:30pm. Man was it windy! It was so windy I just left the flyrod in the trunk, figuring it would be a little rough trying to cast. I stuck with the spinning gear, chucking a 3/8 oz. brass Kasty. It worked well, and I caught a bunch of brookies and cutts up to about 14 inches or so. Not exactly SLAYERFISH caliber, but enough to make me happy. I switched to a silver and orange Kasty after my longest cast of the day. It's amazing how far those lures fly when the line snaps mid-cast. Mitchell is almost impossible to beat for sheer beauty, and the fishing can be a lot of fun. I highly recommend it.