So plans changed and my buddy couldn't get his waders so he had to shore fish for the day and lake 16 isn't the best for that so we ended up meeting at clear lake for a bit, Which also isn't great for shore fishing. I floated around and had one on right off the bat but was unable to land it, and I was feeling bad leaving my buddy on the shore so I went back in and practiced my roll casting. After Clear lake we parted ways and I went to pass lake for a couple hours in which time I didn't get a single bite and saw no fish rise. I decided not to hit Squalicum and just head back down south and get on Lake 16 before heading home. The lake is very murky and almost looked like a big algae bloom was going on or something. I put the tube in at the launch and kicked my way down to the north end of the lake which is where I landed my only fish of the day. About a 12" planter, but fun none the less. At around 5:30 I found my self at the north end of the lake in the middle of a bunch of rising fish withing casting distance on all sides of me. I could see there was a hatch coming off but wasn't sure what they were only that they were tiny so I grabbed a small dry and was just site casting to the rising fish. At one point I watched my little dry get sipped from the surface but I was so amazed that I didn't set the hook and missed it. That would've been my first fish on a dry if I had landed it. Oh well. Although I got mostly skunked, any day fishing is a good day.