Got lucky with the great weather last week and was able to get away with the dog, wife and camp trailer in tow. Surprised at all the snow still on Stevens - no problem if you want to get up there for some late season spring skiing as there were no rocks showing - just lots of snow for this late in the season. It's going to be a late runoff with a lot of high water in the creeks well into summer again this year at this rate. The lakes were all fishing really well where we were and there were times when it was almost too easy with fish hooked at will. I fished the sun exposed north side shoals mostly, as that is where the sun was doing its thing to warm up the bugs and get them moving for the fish. I could see dragonfly nymphs where I launched my pontoon boat so I used one fly the entire 3 days I fished (olive and tan woolley bugger)with one exception- during an evening midge hatch I tried soft hackles and chironomids with only a few fish to show for it. The hatching midges were so small that even size 20 was not a match for them. So I went back to the same old woolley bugger and it was right back to non stop again. No good fish photos to show, but all of the fish were really healthy and fat, averaged about 15" and a few up to 18". It was a great trip overall with lots of fish, sun, and springtime warmth - and very few people during mid week in the campgrounds or on the lake-it was like going back in time. If you can get away - go now.