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made it up there after that bad ass thunderstorm that dumped hail. While the thunderstorm sat off to the east, plenty of fish working the surface with flat water. It was really nice, but nothing was hitting.

after an hour or two, the sun came out and the normal mountain breeze started. Thats when these guys started hitting. Like crazy. I caught 15 of these in the next few hours working the shoreline, long casts, sinking and then retrieve. I was using whatever spinners I had. I like the blue fox flash spin or anything that resembles a brown trout.

Need help positively ID'ing these though. Help is appreciated.
 

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1st pic looks to be a young stocker trout, the other 2 pics are Splake! Good job!
 

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hey everyone thanks for the replies. I grew up fishing on the east coast and never really learned the trouts....then out here finding there are hydrids and stuff. The splake were really good fighters on ultra light gear. guess I'll have to start learning the taxonomy.
 
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