Tried a location near Spider Creek and found that the trout were hitting great on black zebra midges (Ken took home a full stringer, and a smile). However, the bite on power bait was fairly slow; and the time between bites was magnified by the 'bite' of the wind. For me, the trout did not seem to want the bright colors like yellow, salmon peach and white, but went for hatchery formula and nymph grape, both dark colors. The only other fishermen on scene were remarking on the slow bite, but had put one on the stringer by the time I left. We had reached the predicted high temperature for the day when I left at 2:55 PM, and were rapidly heading for our 17 degree low.There is no more generation scheduled for today. Tomorrow, generation is scheduled from 6 through 8 AM and 7 through 8 PM. The high temperature predicted for tomorrow is 47 degrees F with a low of 29. Winds are expected to be from the NW at 8MPH, gusting to 21. There is a chance of snow tonight between 6 and 9 PM. What a good afternoon to lube reels and re-tie lines on rods!