Just got back from a week in Chelan Fished Mon and Tue at DF. I learned a lot about these very large and intelligent fish. Monday I only got 1 of 18 in the net. Other that fished did very well. Being one to never quit or maybe some say stubborn, I went back on Tue after thinking about it over night. I came back with the proper equipment... Bigger guns... I came to a gun fight with a slingshot on Monday. On Tuesday I was rewarded with 18-20 in the net and missing a few more. I am sure there will be others to give detailed reports about DF for this week. Well I still had one more day to fish before the weather changed. I went to a Okanogan lake that was recommended by the Outdoorsman shop that was C&R when my wife was dragging me around shopping last Sat. While drying off from the waiter spilling a glass of water in my lap at the Duck I told my wife where I was fishing on Wed. She laughed as she asked why would I drive all the way out there again to just to fish. Sometimes you have to take the word of another person especially if it's unsolicited. On Wed I stopped in at Carlton general store and asked for additional information on which road to turn off. That was also a good thing to ask directions. Another nice guy in that shop. Didn't catch his name. Well I had the most fun fishing chironomids vertically in 42' of water for half of the day, then getting blown back to the launch I fished with an indicator for the last half of the afternoon. I must have released over 50-60 strong fish. The holdovers were 16-17" at the south end of the lake. The north end they ranged between 14" with the new planters 11-12". The new planters were learning quick as they took the Chromie and brown chironomids. I will attempt to add some pics from the lake.