Fished for walleye early this morning downstream from the ramps at Parker Bend. Used a Rapala F-11 black on silver and woke up a few trout,but no walleye. Tomorrow MAY be a different story; but it is one for the report tomorrow, not now! Went home, drank coffee while dawn broke. This afternoon, went to Parker Bend, in the same area of the morning venture, and caught a limit of trout in about 25 minutes. The trout were biting on most any color thrown. Not only were they biting on paste bait, but also on chartreuse power bait eggs. There were a few folks out fishing; and they were doing OK. Tomorrow promises to be another perfect day to be on the river. We will be out there, early There is generation scheduled for tomorrow from 4 through 6 PM at 88% of capacity. (Just like today). The high temperature today was 78 degrees F., under partly cloudy skies with winds from the NW at 7 MPH, gusting to 14. Tomorrow, the high temperature is expected to reach 74, under partly sunny skies with northerly winds at 8 MPH.Bring your sunscreen!