For fans of Aeneas Lake I have a follow up report to the one I posted this spring on the poor condition of the fish in Aeneas. What few fish that were bing caught had lesions on the body's and clouding of the eye (eye fluke). I just received a report from the area fisheries biologist with WDFW. He says they have determined that the cause is most likely the result of water being pumped into the lake from the Okanogan River. At this time they have a real concern for the survival of this Springs fingerling plant and any adult fish. They just planted 4000 larger fish in an attempt to increase survival to catchable size by next spring. They will do a test netting later this fall before ice up, then again early next spring to see if there is any improvement. I,m hopefull that this fly fishing only lake can be saved. We just don't have that many of them. I'll be following up with the WDFW biologist in the spring and post any info I get for those of you that are interested.