What was your best day of fishing , this year? I fished a lot, between Covid and retiring I had more time to go. Three days really stick out for me, the Spring one on a tiny lake in Central Washington that holds trout, but is all less than 12 feet deep. The chironomids were hatching, I pegged my fly at around 9 feet and had a takedown on almost every cast, all over the lake. Most fish were 14-15 inches with a 2 year old every once in a while. The Summer day happened on my annual trip with Marcus. We had been fishing a well known river and the PMD hatch you can usually count on was a bust. After dinner and drinks, we took our tubes and went out on the huge pool we were camped beside. I hooked into a smaller fish right away, but there was a lot of casting with no fish on small flies that imitate local nymphs. Then I put on a Clouser and the last hour before dark turned epic. I was getting a tug almost every cast a caught 10 browns from 15 to 20 inches. The Fall day was the best of all, with three 20 inch fish on hand, a couple of others lost and probably twenty 14-16 inch rainbows in the net, all in about 3 hours and no one else out on what is a popular fishery here in Baker county. Let's share and give thanks for our best days of 2020!