The next day after Jeff's road trip was a drive up to lake Ponderay and Sand-point Idaho for a fishing experience. This is a wonderfully large and very deep lake. In fact there is a Naval Station there where they test submarines and related submarine stuff. We have fished it before two years ago and caught three large trout.
I thought we would be going after lake trout but this particular boat captain showed up with a smaller boat and he planned a pan fishing expedition. The trick was he knew where the fish hang out. Rob, Jeff, Julius, Anna, Luke and Opa were on board. Here is Rob with his ever growing beard, Luke and Anna. Jeff and Julius were fore.
We got underway and Luke went spazz over the fish finder shouting every time they recorded a fish. We sped down the lie to where the Kokanee hang out. They are a variety of small landlocked salmon and are hard to catch.
When we got back to Jeff and Tammy, Rob fried all the fish and it was excellent. The best were those Kokanee's which had red meat and were delicious.
It was a great trip on a beautiful day with perfect sorroundings. I have come to love northern Idaho.