45th Trip: Trout Fishing at Huntington Lake Kern Boy Scout Camp 7-6-16

We had the opportunity to do some higher elevation trout fishing at Huntington Lake in the Sierra National Forest in Fresno County, California while at the Kern Boy Scout Camp.

We had the opportunity to do some higher elevation trout fishing at Huntington Lake in the Sierra National Forest in Fresno County, California while at the Kern Boy Scout Camp. While the boys were working on merit badges Art the scoutmaster and I fished the lake for two days. Caught a total of 6 small but beautiful rainbow trout and lost about a dozen others in the tree trunks and rocks where they were congregated. We used really light tackle, 2lb test and mealworms for a constant bite till the winds kicked up around noon time. The boys cooked them up for dinner on the second night. Great trip all around, beautiful lake and fish.

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About Sean Glumace

Sean loves to fish in Southern California and this site is his journal of his adventures in fishing. He started fishing when he was a little guy with his dad David, and has continued to this day with his family. In his day job, Sean has been a graphic designer for over 15 years, designing everything from in-store displays and signage for supermarkets to e-commerce auction sites for an online consumer electronics company. He was a web and graphic designer then later an art director for McMullen Argus Publishing (Primedia), building and working on sites for Lowrider Magazine and Super Chevy, plus 30 other automotive magazine sites. Sean seized the opportunity to teach other aspiring designers – a passion that took him first to Learning Tree University and then to Golden West College in Huntington Beach, CA, where he has been an integral part of the renowned digital arts department for more than ten years. Throughout his teaching career, Sean maintained a freelance business, designing for clients including the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards), Image Comics and many more. See his work at http://www.glumace.com.