Today i hit the same river as yesterday just much lower in the system. the river takes on a much different appearance down here. slower, wider but just as gin clear. i showed up at my parking destination and as expected not a car in sight. each time i have been this way i have yet to see a car parked here or anyone fishing this section. never fished it before so wasn't totally expectant of what to expect. not sure if that makes sense. rigged up with some meat of the yellow variety, a variation of robinson's munchable minnow, and right away starting moving some fish. quickly i was netting my first bull trout. no real size but cool to see. i used to catch dolly varden trout all the time when i was a kid so bull trout are close to that. at the bottom of the same section, a fish of more preferable size latched a hold but only briefly. after i set the hook he start tail slapping the surface and within about 10 seconds threw the hook. that fish was clearly, to me at least, more in the 20" range. i continued to work down moving and hitting numerous fish only landing 3 more, including another bull, a cutt-bow and a cutthroat. at one point i came to a big ass rock in the middle of the river which created a nice deep hole behind it. i tangled with 2 fish there but came up empty handed. at one point while stripping my fly i noticed a dark figure turn away and cruise back to the rock. not sure how i didn't see him follow my fly, but like i said, i didn't pick him up, visually, until he had turned away and retreated. after i spotted him it was hard to take my eyes off of him cause he definitely would've gone 25-30". i got him to move one more time and that was it. i lost my ummph early so started walking back up to the jeep and suddenly there were people everywhere. a canoe, couple of kayaks, a raft and some fisherman and when i got back to the jeep there were 4 other cars there. now how is it that i have never seen a car there and the 1 time that i decide to park there other people show up? at least i got the water first.