Launched this morning at Houseman Access and trolled down river to see if any walleye were in the 'bite the Rapala' mood. One was, and he was surrounded by many of his friends when he did. Unfortunately, they were in the watch the dummy get caught mode. Marked many fish on the trip downstream, many of which were walleye. Due to time constraints, jigging was not in the scheme of the day. Caught many trout, five of which were kept for lunch. Tomorrow, broiled walleye is on the lunch menu. The water temperature is running between 57 and 61 degrees F., almost perfect for whites. I did mark a small amount of bait, but that number should grow rapidly. Then, the whites will be everywhere, hopefully! Maybe tomorrow will be a day to jig for walleye. We will have to wait and see what is on the 'plate'.The high temperature expected today is 60 degrees F., under sunny skies with winds from the SSE at 18 MPH, gusting to 30. Tomorrow, generation is scheduled from 4 through 5 PM at 44% of capacity. The high temperature is predicted to reach 80 degrees F., under sunny skies with southerly winds from 9 to 14 MPH.