I know I posted the info elsewheres, but I figure what I discovered is worth repeating. I fished Lone Lake from the shore, late Wednesday afternoon--after giving up on Bush Point and the heinous crowd there. There were two power boats there towing wake boards, as well as one sailboat moping about. Other than that, nobody fishing. The water near shore was rather thick with the green algae spew. Visibility was probably around a foot. Like, why would anyone want to go water skiing and such with all that green spooge in the water and signs warning about algae neurotoxins? I'm very While the boat launch was pre-occupied, I found a slot between two trees, by some picnic tables, to launch my casts. First fish was a tiny bass. Apparently, the shallows had to have been infested with them. A couple of casts later, I felt a strong tug. Less than minute later, I was releasing a plump and feisty rainbow of about 15". Surprising to score a 'bow in water that shallow, that close to shore, and during a day that warm. My guess was that the trout might have been nailing the little thumb-sized bass. I could see one of those little rascals fitting down the gullet of a good-sized trout. I was working an olive Six-Pack behind an Intermediate sink line. For the rest of the hour or two spent there, the fly proved very popular with the tiny bass.