The Good News First The fish were hitting well last night and ended up landing 5 rainbows between 16-20 inches. All fought well and were a lot of fun. I also saw some nice browns cruising the shoreline chasing minnows. I managed to hook a monster brown before he quickly through the hook, but thats fishing. Overall fishing was good. The Bad News While fishing for browns in the shallows, my buddy hooked and landed sometime type of spiny ray fish. He wasn't sure what it was, and I didn't get a good look at it. However, I'm pretty sure it was a bluegill. Unless I'm wrong, the only way a warm water fish could be in the lake is through illegal introduction . As a biology student at WWU, I know that a foreign species introduced into a habitat can be devasting, especially since spiny rays have a tendency for massive reproduction and overpopulation. Has anyone else caught warm water fish in Pass before, or is this the first time anyone has heard of this problem?