Today began a bit after 4 AM with a sporty try at picking up a walleye at Parker Bend, White Bass cove and Bertrand Launch Ramp. Even tried to 'shine' the waters to see if the creatures were in there. We did find one that was next to the ramp at Parker, heading up river. We also tracked a beaver downstream from the ramps, which probably was the highLIGHT of his day! Finally gave up on the walleye and switched to catch and release of trout. Caught and released some very nice trout at the ramp. They were biting every minute or two on green pumpkin, pink and nymph grape until about 7 AM. Then, they must have taken a break, since the bite slowed considerably.Sam and I decided to put a boat in at Bertrand launch ramp and troll downstream for a mile just to see how much water was present near Spider Creek Island. There was quite enough to safely pass over the rocks on the up-river side of the island. We noted that there are many new bottom structures in the channel. Some of them could cause boaters some problems; so, be careful! Picked up some trout on a Rapala CD-5, black on silver. Switched to power bait and quickly limited out on yellow, green pumpkin, salmon peach and pink. Tomorrow, the generation is scheduled for 5 through 10 PM at 44% of capacity. The winds are to be southerly at 15 MPH, gusting to 25. Hope you get out to try your luck on the beautiful White River. Aren't we LUCKY to live here?!!