Summer lake fishing requires patience and willingness to move and try different things. It isn’t as fast and furious as salmon fishing a hot stream, but it’s an excuse to be outdoors and one can easily avoid the crowds by summer lake fishing, which is a good enough reason to go anytime.
I have a love/hate relationship with summer lake fishing. Being out on a quiet lake on a sunny summer day is hard to beat for an outdoor experience. But at best, my summer lake fishing is hit and miss, and seems more miss than hit. Ice fishing or fishing right after ice-out is nearly always really good fishing, but come summer, at least speaking for myself, I often have a tough time catching fish.
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Photo courtesy of Mark Conway. Ryan Combs holds up a grayling caught on a fly rod in a Kenai Peninsula lake. Lake fishing can be a productive, though challenging, break from salmon fishing.
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