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    Great pics Scott! Looks like an awesome trip! U folks are really, really tempting me to start looking at kayaks!

    Cheers

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    Definitely makes me want to start paddling again!

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    Great pics. What makes the water that color blue?

    Were those rental kayaks?

    What kind of fish does the lake support?

    I love getting my kayak out on water that smooth, unfortunately, that's not very often around here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trailryder42 View Post
    Great pics. What makes the water that color blue?

    Were those rental kayaks?

    What kind of fish does the lake support?

    I love getting my kayak out on water that smooth, unfortunately, that's not very often around here.
    My buddy's kayak, the red one was a rental. It was a 17 foot Seaward Chinook. My kayak is the yellow one and I own it. It's a Delta 15.5 Expedition.

    In an unscientific description, the water is green because of how it reflects the fine rock and sand particles that wash into the lake from the many mountain streams and glaciers.

    The lake "supposedly" has brook and rainbow trout, although I never saw any!! They are usually about 2 to 4 lbs but like anywhere else there have been some big ones taken, or so I've been told.

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    You know, if you folks north of the border keep posting these unbelievably fantastic pictures of you local wonderlands, I just might have to learn the language and move north, eh!
    Mike
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    That is one awesome pocket fisherman
    Wish u still had mine
    Would be willing to buy one if any one has one they want to sell
    This is your one stop shop for all Hammock knowledge

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    Those are great pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottD View Post
    That was a tent pad bloomgorge!
    Just because you asked...more pics too
    hey - thanks for adding pictures....i can't believe how nice that is. the lake just looks so clean and clear, was it cold?
    http://smartoutdoors.webs.com/ elephant trunks, tarp keys and crosses

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloomgorge View Post
    hey - thanks for adding pictures....i can't believe how nice that is. the lake just looks so clean and clear, was it cold?
    water averages 4 degrees all season until it freezes

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    just above freezing....so swimming it out of the question. i'll dive in that but that's either 7mm or dry. it has to be nice if you're looking for a cold beverage.
    http://smartoutdoors.webs.com/ elephant trunks, tarp keys and crosses

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