Got there 10 pm Fri night. Sat was excruciatingly slow until the evening sedge hatch between 8 and 10 pm which was insane.12 fish in 2 hours. Sunday, more of the same. Searching during the day with mayfly nymph patterns, chironomids, damsel and Tom Thumbs got the odd fish including a 4 lber on a green wooly bugger. The evening hatch was wild again but not so hot as Sat. Monday am a huge slick of caddis, chironomid and mayfly shucks on the water close to the campsite. Fishing hot till about 7am. Water temp around 67F. Left with over 30 fish landed for 2 full days fishing to 24" and 4-5lbs. Saw some real monsters in the shallows. My best caught by the light of the full moon on a huge sedge pattern I tied really crappily about 10 years ago. Spooled me twice and jumped all over the place. Sad to see all the clearcuts and beetle-killed pine everywhere. Haven't been here for 5 years or so. Camp site pretty much clear cut due to beetle. On the plus side...no campfire ban here. You can have a fire up to 18" in diameter and it had obviously rained copiously quite recently. Distinct lack of wildlife evident apart from some very fat loons and an eagle. Weather warm in the daytime, distinctly chilly at night. Bring a bigger sleeping bag than mine!