Began today by fishing at 6:30 AM just below the Beaver Dam, where the trout bite was slow. There were 6 or 7 people fishing and only one fish had been caught. Moved to the gravel bar downstream from the washed out launch ramp nearest to the dam and found that the trout were happy to bite on yellow, salmon peach and rainbow. They wanted nothing to do with orange. Moved to Parker Bend and learned that the fish were in sync with those farther up river. They bit good until 8:40, when they decided that they had had enough. Spoke with a fly fisherman who was catching a few using a blue dun. The other fly fishermen with whom I spoke were not having much action. (They were not using a blue dun). Moved to Bertrand launch ramp and fished for about 20 minutes with no bite, pretty much the same as those who were fishing with me. Moved to Houseman Access and was not too surprised to find that there was no bite at 10 AM. The best bite this morning was at Parker Bend, but NOT at the wheelchair ramp, where fishermen frustration reigned supreme. The bite was downstream from the ramp about 150 yards. Bring a chair for comfort, and coffee, (might change it to iced tea in the afternoon), for maximum pleasure. The generation schedule is for 44% capacity from 4 through 7 PM. The weather forecast is for a high temperature of 93 degrees F. under mostly cloudy skies with winds from the SW at 4 MPH.