Fishing on Lewis Lake in Yellowstone National Park

June 28, 2010 by Caroline Leave a reply »



On an un-crowded boating day in June, Alex and Macye of Live Water Properties, discovered solace and excitement along the shores of the Lewis Lake in Yellowstone National Park.  The drift boat churned through the water and then anchored.  With stunning clouds hovering, Alex and Macye found a place where sandy bottom mixed with darker volcanic rocks.  Anchoring, they geared up and almost played like they were in saltwater, side strikes and beefy hook sets looking to achieve the results:  lake trout, some more silver, others tempered brown, again and again into the net.  It was a blast.

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