So with my measure net in hand I started out this spring measuring the fish I was catching......and then I noticed a pattern. I was targeting larger fish and seemed to be stuck on nineteen inches. It wasn't too bad until I fished Chopaka for five days. A few smaller fish, but the bulk were nineteen inches. I even fished at night, hopeful to break the 19 inch barrier. It got to the point where I just wanted to catch ONE fish over 19 inches. But it was not meant to be....stuck at nineteen. Oh well, I was sure my trip to BC would result in larger fish!! That lake never failed me. For three days I was stuck in the movie Ground Hog Day. Almost every fish....right at nineteen. Fish after fish after fish all at nineteen inches. Finally, on the last day fishing the lake.....ONE at 23 inches. The fish after that one were all 19. I never thought I would be bored catching 19 inch fish, but trust me....variety is the spice of life. What ever happened to a normal distribution curve??