PYRAMID LAKE

PYRAMID LAKE

Words: Laning Andrews

"On an unusually calm and sunny February morning I load my trailer, a 1976 Kit Companion dubbed the “Mutha Chuka," and head to Pyramid Lake for a weekend of legendary Lahontan cutthroat trout. Eventually, I locate a friend’s campsite along the cliff’s edge of a dusty bay and quickly dial in the trailer. Preparing to join my compadres on the water, I rig up the nine-foot eight weight and grab my trusty six-foot ladder—at Pyramid Lake, flyfishing has evolved into an entirely quixotic and unique pursuit involving some sort of platform jammed into the sandy-bottomed flats to allow one to effectively cast for these leviathans."

2.3 Features

BACKWOODS VERMONT BROOKIES
IN GUIDES WE TRUST
PAPAGALLO
WISCONSIN MUSKY MADNESS
BIG IN JAPAN
SUBTLE INVESTIGATIONS OF LIGHT AND WATER
PYRAMID LAKE

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