Packed my rig last night with plans to hit Cady or Teal today after work. Beautiful morning and early afternoon turned windy and gray, and the rain began to fall. I headed north because it would be closer to home. Hard rain, strong winds and even some hail as I approached the Hood Canal Bridge. Thought of diverting and just going home...for about one nanosecond. Inflated the float tube, strung up the rods and wadered up. Suddenly the rain stopped. Carried my stuff down to the lake. Hey, the wind has stopped too. The surface of the lake was dead calm. There were fish feeding everywhere. Of course not on the surface, but just below. Air temp 58* Water temp 62* I fished for about four hours. I landed nine, ldr'd a few and missed a few takes. None with any size to them but on a 4wt bamboo rod from Lew C. Parks you can't have a bad time. Caught one spiny ray pan fish, maybe a sunfish? Nice marbled teal markings on the side of the head. It was big, probably 9" long, quite a surprise. How did those get in here? Emergers and streamers worked. Dries did not. I kept trying to get them to rise to dries, they were not fooled. Rain started up at about 9:30 so I kicked like hell to the take out and headed for the house. It really was good to get out on the water. Busy weekend planned so I got my work week and fishing time done.