Often called the sailfish of the north, the Grayling is part of the family Salmonidae. It can only be found in lakes and rivers that are in clean and untouched areas. Grayling cannot be found readily on the main lake and are only available on flyouts. Grayling are available throughout June, July and August. Numerous 1 to 3 pounders are caught each year. Pound for pound, the Grayling is considered one of the best-fighting freshwater fish. They fight on the surface, similar to a Smallmouth Bass, clearing the water in spectacular leaps and dancing on their tails.