This morning the trout bite was a bit slow. Below the Beaver Dam, at Parker Bend and at a location between Bertrand launch ramp and Spider Creek, the story was the same. This is not to say that there were no fish, since they were caught at all three locations. The bite happened about every 15 to 20 minutes, a "HO HUM" for my way of thinking. It was interesting to note that the water at the dam and Parker Bend is as low as I've seen it in a long time. However, at Bertrand, unless one wades, climbing through the brush is required if fishing between the ramp and Spider Creek is what one has in mind. I know this because that is precisely what I did. If you decide to try this, be VERY careful, both with footing and with what you grab to help you along the way. There is a good deal of poison ivy lurking along the route. The trout were biting on fluorescent orange more than any other color I used this morning. Generation is scheduled for the rest of the afternoon.Tomorrow, the generation is scheduled to be from 1 through 6 PM., just like today. The high temperature today is expected to hit 70 degrees F., under cloudy skies with winds from the SSE at 12 MPH. There is a strong possibility of late afternoon thundershowers.