At 7:00 this morning we launched two boats and moved down river to see if the trout were in a better frame of mind when it came to biting power bait. Turns out that they were in the same state that they were in yesterday. They bit on salmon peach but ignored everything else we tossed them. The bite came to a screeching halt around 8:30. By then, one boat had moved upstream near Spider Creek Island where the trout were much more accommodating. The river was like a mirror until 9ish, when the wind picked up and reminded everyone aboard that it really is Fall. Effectively, today almost was a repeat of yesterday, except we did not catch a walleye. ( I forgot to include that fact in the report of the 25th. We had to throw it back since stretching it another inch would not have been legal ). There were only a couple of boats in the vicinity we fished, and they were trolling. The leaves seem to be past prime, but the scenery was worth the trip, even had no fish had been boated. If you get the chance, go fish!The 24 hour generation schedule continues today. The high temperature for today is 67 degrees F. under mostly cloudy skies. Winds are ENE at 8 MPH.