Here is the Reel Time Pacific Northwest fishing and outdoor trivia question of the week:
This lake sat right at the footstep of one of the biggest natural disasters more than 30 years ago, and fisheries biologists thought no fish would survive.
In the meantime they stocked this 700-acre lake with cutthroat trout in 1989, which survived just fine and then much to their surprise found out that some fish had actually lived through this blow out that spewed debris across the entire lake.
Most of the fishing pressure occurs in the southern end of the lake, but the best cuttie action happens in the upper end that is difficult to reach. Float tubes (no gas motors allowed) are the most practiced way to fish this lake where selective fishing rules have been in place since it reopened to anglers in 1993.
Where am I fishing?
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This will be an ongoing weekly trivia contest where the winner will receive a prize that will range from books, fishing gear and other cool items from the outdoors gunnysack.
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