We grumble a bit as we start up the mountainside, grabbing branches and roots we hope will hold us, ducking beneath bushes and keeping watch for yellowjacket nests. In truth, we delight in the obstacles. The rugged and remote terrain keeps river use light, and the abundant trout see few other anglers' offerings. In an hour of fishing, we've already caught and released a half-dozen brilliant wild rainbows, mostly on Rebel Teeny Wee-Crawfish, and we've at least had a follower in virtually every pool fished. Even better, we've seen no other people.