Doug, Colin and I spent the afternoon at Dickson Trout Pond. It was a warm mostly sunny afternoon after the chinook arch moved to the east and the temperature was close to 14C. Ironically, the water temperature was incredibly cold. I do not recall fly fishing at this water temperature. Any sustained cold weather will quickly ice over Dickson Trout Pond. We marked fish and we were fortunate to connect with a half dozen tigers and rainbows. I was basking in the warm sunshine. I was not too concerned about catching trout! It was nice to see that all of the trout we caught were in great condition and a decent size. Today was a bonus day out on the water.