I went to Omak lake on Wednesday and Thursday this week and checked off one more of those cutthroat trout on the bucket list. The Lahontan cutthroat. What an awesome fish. On Wednesday I caught 5 on a #14 black snow cone, then the breeze quit and no more bites. Thursday morning I tried the snow cone again and on had one bite. I switched to a heavy cone head black bugger tied with some flash and caught two. The third fish was caught on a Crazy Charley. Yes a Crazy Charley, just like fishing for bone fish. Pods of cutthroats, white sandy flats, blue skies, hot sun shine. I'm going back. These fish seem to get hip real quick and changing flies was the key to getting more bites. Smallest trout was about 14" and the largest was about 25" the others were between 17" and 20". The small one took to the air many times where all the others were like bull dogs, short runs and heavy pulling and would not give up until the last min. then raced away after being released. The place was "beer can beach and I shared it with only two other fly fishers on Thursday morning. Good times.