Hit a high country lake Thursday with a buddy and had a great time. He had never caught a grayling so that was our target fish. Once we reached the lake which was up a pretty serious 4x4 road, it only took about 10 minutes to achieve our goal for the day. As typical with high country lakes, none of the fish where huge but lots of them and hard fighters. Between us we caught about 100 fish with native cutthroats being the most prominent and then the grayling, about a 4 to 1 ratio. He caught all his on flies, mine where on small spinners and kastmasters. Even if we did not catch anything the ride and scenery was worth the trip.