Launched yesterday at Holiday Island Marina and proceeded into Leatherwood Creek looking for white bass. Found five other boats all the way into the sound at the mouth of the creek. Earlier in the morning there had been some whites, but when we arrived, the action was pretty much over. One of the boats had caught 4 and another told us that they had caught 22.  Right! These fishermen think that you will believe anything!  One good thing that we noted was that bait was moving back into the area. We moved to Beaver and caught whites there, but they were few and far between. The constant generation has had quite an impact on the fishing; but the lake has to be kept at a safe level. Today, the generation ceased by 7 AM. The schedule calls for generation to restart at 4 PM through midnight, and probably into the morning tomorrow. Although challenging, fishing on the river this morning was pretty good. Trolling with a blue on silver Little Cleo or similar spoon should bring you a couple of trout. Bait fishing with yellow or rainbow power bait around Spider Creek Island or slightly upstream seemed to work for us. The trout are widely dispersed due to the heavy generation of previous week. The water temperature at Beaver was 48 degrees F., which is just fine for trout. We have been picking up a few trout along with whites as far downstream as Holiday Island. As the water begins warming the trout will move upstream and become more concentrated in the areas where they are normally found. In the meantime, go out and enjoy the wonderful Spring weather while in pursuit of those fish.The weather is predicted to give us a high temperature of 73 degrees F. under partly cloudy skies with a chance of late morning or early afternoon showers. The winds are predicted to be from the ENE in the morning shifting to the ESE to E at 5 MPH in the afternoon. Take some rain gear just in case and do not forget to have fun!