It took about 2.5 hours to get there and within five minutes I hooked into my first grayling (using a Griffith's gnat).
It was then Kim's turn to get into the action (with a Parachute Adams)
It was one of those outings where there was no point in counting fish. Every dry we tried elicited a response and I am guesstimating that we averaged a fish rising every four casts - for five straight hours.
What was super cool is the grayling did not seem to spook and I am sure we caught the same one multiple times.