Fun day altogether made more fun by hanging with Nick, Amy and briefly Scott. Nick learned the importance of measuring his depth in Ira's not feet and that a bead headed Ira is a great fly. I missed a lot of takes early trying to set up another rod and fish at the same time, but started picking them up once I started focusing. Later around 3:30 the wind died down and the fish were crusing the surface out in deeper water looking for the big chironomid bombers. I fished a red squirrel leech and a bomber mid about a foot and two feet under the surface and when the fish move in around me I could almost always intercept them and produce a strike. That stayed hot for about an hour and then the lake just died for me. I ended the day by going down and dirty FordFenders style with a full sink just off the launch area and I managed to hook three more fish. One was a tiny bow of 7", one I never saw and one was a decent brown that spit the hook before I could land it. Speaking of tiny fish, I landed , with proof, the smallest fish I have ever taken out of Pass, a feisty 6 1/2" bow that really surprised me, in fact I landed a handful of fairly small fish on this trip. I was not aware that they even stocked the lake with fish that small. Because of this I did throw some vpfairly large baitfish patterns at dusk but other then some flashing looks, no hook ups.