I have a secret fishing hole within about 30 minutes of my home that I haven't fished much at all this summer due to the heat of summer. It kills me not to fish there because the potential for a bigger than normal is pretty good. Usually if I spend a few hours there I can hook a few. It's been a little colder lately so I thought I'd slip in there and give it a try. I was quickly reminded why big trout get big. It's because they don't make themselves easy to catch. In three hours I missed one, broke one off, and landed this one. So sometimes, "one" is enough, especially if it's the right one. I've got no complaints about this beautifully marked rainbow. I've certainly spent a lot more time fishing to catch something much smaller before...or nothing at all. So I'll give the fishing God's a nod, and say thank you for giving up at least one for the evening. Didn't keep this fish. Only had it out of the water long enough to take a quick photo and back into the water it went. After about 20 seconds of helping it recover, it literally exploded out of my hand, and headed for the deepest water. Perhaps I'll meet this fish again someday and hopefully it will be even bigger.