Its a warm June day and Ladin and Steve are fly fishing on the Spokane River in Washington State searching for Rainbow Trout. Its a big river here, so they are just looking for small holes and back eddies where fish may be holding out of the main flow. Ladin gets into a nice Rainbow but it throws the hook as it jumps back into the main current. Ladin then gets off the mark with a 10-12 incher before Steve lands a bigger Rainbow Trout of around 16 inches. Continuing to work a seam about 10 yards out, both anglers continue to catch throughout the afternoon. As evening rolls in, the pair move downstream and see one or two fish rising. Ladin casts out but misses 2 or 3 rises to his Chernobyl Ant before finally connecting with, and landing a nice fish. Steve takes a turn in the same spot and again misses a couple of fish before finally getting into one and ending a superb day on the Spokane River.