Launched at Bertrand Launch Ramp at 6:30 this morning and fished a few spots up river from Spider Creek Island. Although we caught a couple of trout above the creek, we decided that the bite was too slow to keep us warm by reeling in fish, that we would move downstream and try a few more places. We anchored at a 'honey hole' between Spider Creek and the Hwy 62 bridge and began catching trout at a fair pace. The trout were biting on yellow, salmon peach and chunky cheese. After putting a dozen in the live well, we moved down river and out of the tailwaters to troll for walleye. The youngest among us closed the deal on a 17 1/2 inch specimen which, after pictures to commemorate the deed, was released back into the river. If a copy is sent to me, I will place it into a future report. Ended up our trip with the trout limit at about 10:30 and headed to a warmer place to clean fish and put away the boat. Although the wind and lack of sun, (and BTUs), kept us a bit chilly, the trip was both productive and very enjoyable. It is always nice to fish with friends!There is generation at 44% of capacity scheduled from 1 through 6 PM. The high temperature expected today is 67 degrees F. under partly sunny afternoon skies with winds from the ENE at 10 MPH.