Inverted over the Water.
Mono Creek comes into Edison Lake--West Shore Perspective.
Mono Creek comes into Edison Lake--East Shore Perspective.
Mono Creek just above Edison Lake.
Atop of Kaiser Pass.
Edison Lake from the Dam.
So Cal Edison Lakes Transport across the Mono Creek bellow Dam. Aparently they use it to measure the Water Level to a T.
Looking down the Zip line from inside the basket.
First Night's Campfire and both nights wood supply.
Dad prepares the boat for launch.
The Boat Launch onto Edison Lake.
The Boat Ramp.
Looking at the West end of the Lake from the Boat Ramp.
Dad eyes our path to start trolling shortly after we leave the boat launch.
A look across the dam from about 100 yards out in the Lake. The sunlit peak in the back brings back memories from my mistakes to summit Mt Hooper in 1997 on my 2nd Hiking Trip. I mistook this peak for Mt Hooper: http://hikenhi.smugmug.com/Davids-Hiking-and/Mt-Hooper-September-1997/10311033_BSBbb#712574887_vGZGM
A look back towards Silver Divide and Graveyard peak also brings back memories from my 2007 Peter Pande Trip. Here's the view in 2007 from Silver Divide near Graveyard Peak: http://hikenhi.smugmug.com/Davids-Hiking-and/Peter-Pande-Lake-June-2007/7951608_Hy4CM#648800395_jKAxy
Trolling near the Spillway.
My Dad Steers the boat NE along the shore as we head to the back of the Lake.
A Shadow-Casts over Eastern end of the Lake in the early morning hours.
A close-up view of Silver Divide just North of Deveils Bathtub. Here's a view of what's directly on the other side: http://hikenhi.smugmug.com/Davids-Hiking-and/Peter-Pande-Lake-June-2007/7951608_Hy4CM#516201401_qQs5W
Presumably an Eagles nest--one of two along the Eastern Shore of Edison Lake close to the spillway.
The view West as we head NE.
Looking NE as we make our way towards the back of the Lake.
Our lines drag from the back of the Boat as we head NE away from the Dam.
We cut across the lake to the opposite side of the shore in hopes of better luck.
My Dad looks back towards the Headwaters as we troll along the North side of the Lake heading NE.
A view looking SW towards the Dam from the back of the boat.
A nice ripple-effect as we head around the last corner before we make a straight shot towards the Headwaters.
A nicer fishing boat gets my Dad drooling.
Maybee in a few years Dad.
Some nice Granite.
The Beautiful shoreline as you near the Ferry Landing at the back of the Lake.
A Waxing Gibbous Moon in the Morning Sky.
The Headwaters in sight.
The West shorline as we near the Headwaters.
The East shoreline as we near the Headwaters.
Getting closer to the Headwaters.
We spot other people in the water as we near the Headwaters.
Fishermen in Float-tubes start to become visible as we near the Headwaters.
Looking South at the East Shoreline as we near the Headwaters.
Looking West at the West Shoreline as we near the Headwaters.
A Floatter--and it aint dead...lol.