Spent last week with my son up in Craig. He was scheduled for a knee surgery so I went up a day early so we could get a day of fishing in. We hit a small sub-alpine lake that he knows of filled with graying and native cutthroats. The ride in was great seeing several deer and 4 small bull elk in velvet. Once at the lake it was as beautiful as I thought and could not wait to wet a line. Weather was the only draw back and it started to rain right after we got out of the truck. Oh well that is why they make rain gear. Once to the fishing spot it did not take long and I hung a cutty. Fishing was pretty good catching a fish about every 10 minutes or so. After about and hour I finally hung my first grayling. Got it to within 5 foot or so of the bank and it spit the hook. Another hour past catching several more cutties but no more grayling. Started to think it was not going to be my day then finally luck shinned down and I landed this nice little 14 1/4 inch grayling. I was amazed at the colors when it was in the water and very happy to finally land one. Ended up catching another later that day and lost another one too. Not bad landing 2 grayling and about 20-25 cutties. Rain continued and got worse so we packed it in and went to town to warm up, dry off and get a warm lunch. Next day was the surgery which went very well so all in all it was a great trip with my son and catching a new and PB fish.