With wives outta town last week, VinMan and I did what any two fishheads with a kitchen pass would do…blow off all responsibility and hit the water. This time around, we headed for Caples Lake, a sparking little gem high in the Sierra Nevadas near Kirkwod, CA. With tight schedules, we left the big city for a quickie jaunt to the mountains around noon last Wednesday and were back home 24 hours later, with a nice evening and morning of troutin’ under our belts.
We decided on Caples Lake because:
- At 7,800 feet, it’s way above the heat of the Valley
- It was a place we’d never been
- It was supposedly stuffed with trout
Here’s what we found…
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