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About "Mystery Creeks": I love small streams, but some of my favorite little trout streams are too small and too fragile to publicize here. If you recognize one of these, you already understand why I'm keeping it a secret. These are the kinds of places that lose a little bit of their charm if you see someone else's week-old footprint, and I don't want to do that to them.

Landscape & scenery photos from Mystery Creek # 199

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This pool held two pretty westslope cutthroats From Mystery Creek # 199 in Washington.
This pool held two pretty westslope cutthroats
Date TakenJul 22, 2017
Date AddedJul 24, 2017
AuthorTroutnut
CameraCanon EOS 7D Mark II
My first westslope cutthroat! From Mystery Creek # 199 in Washington.
My first westslope cutthroat!
Date TakenJul 22, 2017
Date AddedJul 24, 2017
AuthorTroutnut
CameraCanon EOS 7D Mark II
My first westslope cuttthroat, up close From Mystery Creek # 199 in Washington.
My first westslope cuttthroat, up close
Date TakenJul 22, 2017
Date AddedJul 24, 2017
AuthorTroutnut
CameraCanon EOS 7D Mark II
 From Mystery Creek # 199 in Washington.
Date TakenJul 22, 2017
Date AddedJul 24, 2017
AuthorTroutnut
CameraCanon EOS 7D Mark II
 From Mystery Creek # 199 in Washington.
Date TakenJul 22, 2017
Date AddedJul 24, 2017
AuthorTroutnut
CameraCanon EOS 7D Mark II
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Closeup insects from Mystery Creek # 199

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Male Drunella spinifera (Western Slate Olive Dun) Western Slate Olive Dun NymphMale Drunella spinifera (Western Slate Olive Dun) Mayfly Nymph View 8 PicturesIn a bucket full of Drunella coloradensis nymphs, this was the only specimen of Drunella spinifera (and the first one I've found anywhere).
Collected July 28, 2019 from Mystery Creek #199 in Washington
Added to Troutnut.com by Troutnut on July 30, 2019
Male Drunella coloradensis (Small Western Green Drake) Mayfly DunMale Drunella coloradensis (Small Western Green Drake) Mayfly Dun View 8 PicturesThe positive species ID on this dun comes from both the spinner that it (or possibly one other dun just like it) molted into and the overwhelming abundance of nymphs of this species in my kicknet samples from the same site.
Collected July 28, 2019 from Mystery Creek #199 in Washington
Added to Troutnut.com by Troutnut on July 30, 2019
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