Loaded up the Hobie and headed for Ketchum just to enjoy the beautiful day on Saturday. After a little bit of exploring different depths, it became apparent that flatlining with no weight was all that was needed this day. I spent about 2 1/2 hours on the lake, landed around 30 fish and probably had 50-60 in total hit my lines.
Played around with the new Elgin Fishing God's Tooth Spoon patterns this day. Pretty quickly was able to dial into the red/white stripe and the hammered copper spoon. When the surface was calm, they seemed to hit the re/white more often. When the wind kicked up a little, the hammered copper did a little better. To end my day I threw on a frog pattern, and it did well also.
What a great early spring day it was to spend a little time out on the lake!