Started out early well atleast for me, 8am, just drove and picked a spot. Have not fished the Cedar in long time, so it feels new to me and I love that feeling not knowing what the day will bring. Walked off the hill, started with a nymph fishing the riffles and worked my way down stream. Found what looked like good holding spots but nothing. Finally got far enough down stream to be able to cross and then walk back up stream. Fished my way upstream to a great looking spot, saw a couple small guys jumping at some dries so I switched. First cast and got a little trouser trout about 5", then another, then...nothing, so moved further upstream. Each hole looked better and better. Found the honey hole, well I thought so I switched back to a 12 pheasant tail, heavily weighted, looked like a big ball of pheasant on a hook. First cast right behind a rock and bam! Quick run down stream and everything came back. Got the adrenaline pumping through the vanes. Walked 20 yards upstream and worked my way back down. Within the 20 yards landed 2 beautiful 14"ers. Gave that spot a break and walked upstream some more. Found beautiful little pocket and took my cast. Drifted about 10 feet and thought I was hung up on the tree limb, gently lifted the rod and felt the gentle tug and all hell broke loose. Trout ran upstream then down, jumped twice, thought I had a summer steelhead on! He ran down stream in front of me and looked like my 14 inchers were sardines, turned back upstream and got me caught under the snag and broke me off. I would say it was around 18" and fat as can be. I was able to hook 2 other 14"ers and release. All and all a great day with my Wright & McGill Denco 8'er and the old Hardy Princess. Feels great to get back to my days when I first started with this equipment, love going back in time. Thank you for allowing me to bring sexy back! FREEEEDOOOOOM!