If you squint really hard, and pretend those cottonwoods are mangroves, it almost looks like a bonefish. . That's a legit whitey!
Someday. There are other waters and fish in that corner of the state I'd also like to check of the list. Just looked familiar and assumed it was closer to home.
I remember back when you shared this after the trip! epic.
If you ever catch a real Grayling you will know it from the big Dorsal fin and by the colors of the fish. Lewis and Clark called them Silver Trout. I caught one out of the Ruby, up high in the system. It was a beautiful colored fish. And I also caught them with Silver sides.