Discussion in 'Trip Reports with Pics' started by Coach Duff, Oct 16, 2006.
How about grayling 8000 feet up in the White Mountains in Arizona? Sunday
Tight lines Coach
No Way Dude In Az??? Wow!! Who Would Of Ever Thought...that Is Just Way Wild. Is There Any Place In Wa That We Might Have Them??
Yes there are grayling in Washington also. PMd ya. Coach
PS Are you guys and gals able to access the picture with that link? I'm no computer wizard.
Where are they at in WA?
Awesome!! The only place that I have caught any of those is in Yellowstone. Nice fish!!
Yeah there are Grayling in Washington. Closes I know to me are a decent drive plus 8 mile hike.
Grayling will live anywhere with cold clear water and lots of bugs, those are planted though right? Ahhh I love grayling and miss them dearly (see avatar) no grayling in juneau
There are some beautiful grayling in Colorado.
They'll 'live' where there is cold clear water but they won't necessarily breed successfully. Many Washington highlakes were planted with them in the past, yet only one has a self-sustaining population at this time. What used to be a short, steep hike became a long boring hike in the late 80's, and is now a really long, boring hike.
Great pics...sounds like a good time! Grayling are pretty amazing and they are certainly a resource to protect.
true, they need running water to spawn