Listed below are six pics from one of the photo albums at Wolf Creek. December 2003
Dean Robins Rainbow
Sean Britt a brown, his biggest fish ever!!!!
10/26/03 24 inch Brown. Mr. Liptak when will you catch those 36+ inch Browns?
10/12/03 Dr. Kraus with Troutis Maximus
10/5/03 Steelhead?!?. John L
"The stream was a real spring creek, kind of like fishing in an aquarium. You can see the fish, but they can also see you from a long way off. The ponds, however, were clearer than I have ever seen them and great fishing today. I caught 7, and long distance two other large fish with broken tippet, including a very large brown that took a size 16 Adams during a hatch. Anyway, the one that didnít get away was a rainbow over 22í that weighed about 4 ľ pounds according to my fancy net with the built in scale. Here are the pics of that one. Very pretty fish, very fat. I didnít know Wolf Creek ran all the way to Lake Erie, because it looks the steelhead have started running."
9/14/03 Fat Rainbow. John L
9/7/03 Proof positive of wild trout! Spawn, spawn, spawn!!!
"Brown Carp?" I did weigh it with my fancy net and it weighed 6 Ĺ pounds. The carp are much less spooky at night and can still be seen cruising under the lights. I caught the fish on a rubber stone fly imitation. John L.
21" nighttime rainbow caught by John L. after a 10 minute battle!
John L. later that day on 8-16-03 with another beautiful rainbow.
"Early bird gets the giant rainbow" John L. landed this predawn on 8-16-03. He looks a little worn out. Sorry the lens had condensation on it.
Don D's 12 year old granddaughter, Jessica Sullivan, with a 22 inch rainbow she hauled in from the middle pond on 8/5/03
Chuck Kraus tending to a rainbow his son Charlie caught in the lower pond. 6/18/03
Greg Elefterin with a rainbow he caught out of the stream. 6/14/03
Chuck Kraus with a rainbow out of the lower pond. Chuck also had a 21 inch 4# rainbow caught in the stream but he claims his memory card was full!?!?!?! 6/14/03
Dane Schubert with a nice brown
Aerial view showing pumps and underground water lines (click for bigger image)
Matt Dehlendorf casting on the lower lodge hole
A view from the lodge deck January 1, 2001
A view from the lodge deck November 2000