Took a short, but much needed (haven't been able to fish since last Sept!) 4 day'er last week/weekend only to be brutalized by major wind and high water. Wind/gusts to 50mhp whipped lakes into Lake Superior sized waves, blowing dust obliterated mountain veiws, sent lawn furniture sailing into the water and blew my 18oz whiskey/7 off the fence rail! Tubed one windy high lake for 5hrs being blown around like a turd in a swirling toilet bowl. Only two fish to hand in the last half hour after finally finding the right fly/depth. Partner got zip. Did a bit of exploring a tiny heavily brushed fast flowing creek and found brown trout in almost every pool. Surprisingly, the better looking pool pic yielded a +14'' brown! Pic of the chimney was found to be an old gold prospector's cabin (now burned) circa 1915-20. No info on the cabin. Last pic shows creek grass/weed growth. Couple small browns and one "bow taken. All fish were water released. Sorry, no fish pics. Despite Mother Nature, still had a good time.