The warmer weather brought lots of folks to Pass Lake today. Among the many fishermen was myself, Rick Todd, Scott Salzer, Tim Lockheart, and Thomas (didn't get the last name). Early arrivals were already on the lake when we geared up. Soon we struck out to find our luck in the chilly water (40 degrees). By 9:00 the sun broke through and turned a foggy morning into a really nice day. The highlight of the action was a bald eagle that wanted Scotts brown trout enough to swoop down in an attempt to take it from him. It was quite a display and I imagine quite a shock to Scott. Fishing was slow as we expected in such chilly temps. But we managed to bring a few to hand. Sizes ranged from 9 inch dinks to nice 16 or so brutes. All fish were healthy and feisty. Here's how the day played out... Foggy start to the morning Scott searching the point Rick with a fine casting form The infamous eagle Lunch break of brats and brews Mergansers looking to mate up Scott and Rick may have some fish photos to share when they can. It was a great day to get out and spend some time on the water with good friends...can't beat that.