Launched twice this morning, the first occurring at 7:30 and the next at 10:30. Seems that the impeller outlet was being occupied by some wasp ‘construction.' At any rate, since there was no indication of cooling water flow, the smart thing to do was to fix the problem. The second launch was to test the engine, while fishing, of course. Trolled a couple of miles down river from Houseman Access and noted the the water there was 49.2 degrees F. Although I did mark several walleye, none wanted to come aboard and introduce themselves. Caught many trout, though, and caught them on different lures. Rapala scatterrap minnow. black on silver, 9, scatterrap CD-9 black on gold and CD-7 black on silver, seemed to do the trick. I did not mark any white bass, (or bait), at any place during the trip. There is a report of crappie in the Beaver area. We have seen the pictures! Tomorrow afternoon is the soonest that Sam and I will be able to get back on the river. Hope you get to pick up some fish action!Today, the high temperature hit 61 degrees F. under partly sunny afternoon skies with winds from the NNE at 10 to 12 MPH. Tomorrow, there is generation at 44% of capacity scheduled from 7 through 9 AM and from 8 through 10 PM. The temperature is expected to top out at 71 degrees F., under mostly sunny skies with northerlt winds at 7 MPH., gusting to 13.