Discussion in 'Photography / Video' started by lavaguada.cl, Nov 13, 2013.
I have a dumb question... Why are they so large, in that many #'s? Are they eating the baby Pumas that get too close to the water?
The lake has a lot scud, shrimp, caddis, mayflies and cannibalism takes a big rainbow trout, where larger trout eat the smaller ones.!
That's interesting, because we have lakes like that (even with watterdogs-kinda like a salamander) and the fish just get abnormal in size, but not that long.
Maybe they have more room to roam there...?
If space may be a factor, since the lake is great. Another factor is the lack of fishing pressure on Lake Strobel. Most anglers who come there, only practice catch and release.
They spawn year long in the river too.
Yes, the rainbow also have their breeding cycle in Barrancoso river. A pressure cooker when it comes to trout fishing for giant ..!
That's it. I'm saving my money...gotta get there!
It's been on my bucket list for years, but just got bumped to the top, along with sea run browns in Patagonia. The water must have alot of minerals, because the encrusted rocks look like omak lake rocks. Actually, the lake in general reminds me alot of omak lake, except the cutthroat don't jump as much as do rainbows.
Here the hope friend.
Good fishing will be waiting ..!