Idaho gills

Discussion in 'Warm Water Species' started by Shawn West, Jun 5, 2012.

  1. Shawn West

    Shawn West Active Member

    Oct 28, 2010
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    I took some vacation time off to visit with my wife and daughter. The first week was spent taking care of multiple issues around the house. That is what you have do when you work/live out of state. I also made arrangements for my family and I to spend a night at a cabin. This cabin just happens to be located at a lake that grows some awesome bluegills. I have been going to this lake at this time of the year for the past three years. By the end of June, this lake will be virtually unfishable. The weeds take over and make it impossible to use a water craft. This gives the gills a lot of time and food to help them get to a respectable size.

    Neither my wife nor daughter wanted to use flies. They both used conventional gear. My daughter caught the first fish of the day. It was a small LMB.