About 8:30 I decided to skate my way 70 miles to get to Henrys Lake for my first ice fishing trip of the season. The roads were slow going, but I made after two hours on ice and packed snow.
There were a few fishermen at Staley Springs, but I told a friend I would fish the County Boat Dock area, so I met him there.
Gary was in the process of landing this nice cutthroat when I arrived.
After a couple of hours of slow fishing, catching four and breaking off two, I landed this large brook trout.
On the way home I watched the waterfowl, especially the Trumpeter swan. With the water so deep in the river, ducks and geese would swim behind the swan picking up the plants to eat the swan picked loose. Stealing food.
A great way to spend a wild day in Idaho.