At 7 a.m. on Sunday morning, we launched at Bertrand and began trolling upstream.  Since the folks on board today wanted to be selective in their “keepers’” we kept two larger fish and threw back a small one to give it some more time to grow.   This guide’s favorite spot for anchoring upstream was a let down today with no action at all.  Yesterday’s hot spot, however, helped us complete the day’s catch. Overall, the bite was slow and sporadic, whether we used paste, power balls, or wax worms.  Comments from fisher-people in other boats on the river were “no fish, not even a strike.”  The experienced fisherman on our boat shared his best fishing advice with us. “It’s patience!”