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A couple of us fished Scofield today from 8:30 until 1:00 from our tubes. We launched at the Madsen Bay boat ramp and fished south from there.
We would have liked to fish a little longer but some weather moved in and we moved out. ;)

We used medium sinking lines with size 8 bead head leeches, mostly in black and soft hackles in tan/brown and tan/green/pearl. We picked up one 15" rainbow, four tiger trout, all between 15"- 16", and the reset were cutthroats from 12" (just one of those) to 19". Most of the cutthroats were in the slot between 16" - 18". The good news is, we went chub free today.

The water temperature was 60 - 62 degrees and the visibility in the water of about 4'-5' because of algae. The reservoir level is at 19% and going down.

It was a fun day with nobody else fishing in Madsen Bay.

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That cutt looks really nice!!

That tiger trout? Not so much....
 
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