We are blessed with a huge number of what would be considered trophy stillwater fisheries in the interior of BC. Lakes that hold some of the biggest triploid rainbow trout in the province, fish that will push well over the thirty-inch mark. Is it difficult? Of course, they grow to these sizes for a reason.
These lakes are a test, they can be mentally draining if you approach them with the wrong mindset. Do no push your boat into a trophy lake with the idea that you are guaranteed to have lights-out action the whole day. Mindset is everything, accept the fact that you might come away empty handed and that’s okay. I couldn’t even count the number of times I have been totally blanked by lakes like this without even an interaction with a single fish over an 8+ hour period.