Although this is not a report in Washington, I thought I'd report and brag a little about my trip up to Little Fort, BC last week. Little Fort is 100k above Kamloops at the junction of highways 24 and highway 5. 11 of us stayed at Aurora Lakes resort and a great time. In all, I fished 5 lakes of the 15 the resort has boats on. All were a 5-30 minute hike, and many times we had to ferry across to get to the next lake. Heidi lake provided fast action of 11" trout when fished with full sinking line and a Crystal Idaho Nymph, Hares ear, bright(lime) green scud, or Little fort leech. Heather had fish up to 14" and much slower action on buggers and idaho nymphs. On the last day at precisely noon I landed the largest fish of the trip- 19" and 2.2lbs- on Richard lake. It was my only fish of the day and caught when my little fort leech sunk to the bottom and I was barely moving (was eating lunch at the time, of course). That fish earned me the fisherman of the year trophy which is handed out every year. easily 3 feet tall, every recepient has added something to it- a cigar butt hangs from the center, schmidts beer can sits on the bottom with a bass trophy thing glued to the top..... For my acceptance speech I said it took a real woman to catch a real fish.....they almost fell out of their chairs. My only complaint is that the loons from time to time would decide to take swipes at our lines. And a couple guys had a run in with a bear- but it's all part of the ambiance! Anyway, it was good times had by all! Kaari PS- Dodge Durangos are not marmit proof.