Launched at Houseman access at 6 AM, where the water temperature was 48.7 degrees F., great for trout. However, we moved upstream into 47 degree water and caught many hungry critters. We mostly caught and released, but, as one can see from the picture, we did end up keeping our limit. This family had such good fishing (and catching) yesterday, that they came back again this morning. The trout were very active up until about 7:30 AM, when they slowed down considerably. The bite was on both power bait paste as well as on eggs. The colors we successfully tried this morning were salmon peach, pink and yellow. Red-white-blue and rainbow were treated with the same disdain as yesterday. The mix of the fish, as evidenced during processing, was near 50/50, river fish to stockers. Finished up our outing by moving down river from the tail-waters, where the bite was agonizingly slow, but produced larger fish. The morning ride upstream was chilly; so if you plan on going out early in the AM, we advise that wearing layers will add to your comfort. Looks like this is the last day of our highs in the 80s until September, if you can believe the weather predictions. The generation for today is to begin at 2 PM and go on through 7 PM. The weather for today is predicted to bring us a high temperature of 89 degrees F. under mostly sunny skies with southerly winds at 6 MPH.