Hard as it is to believe, we are still 'kicking'; we simply slacked off on the fishing report the past few days. Fished the tail-waters in the late afternoon on Aug 2nd and found that the Corps began generation 3 hours earlier than their posted schedule, the possibility of which they state on the schedule. Anyway, we fought the fast water for a couple of hours before catching 13 fish, 4 of which we had to throw back due to the 'slot' rules. The trout were biting on yellow, salmon peach and rainbow and were really getting into the 'swing of things' when the fading light encouraged us to head back to the ramp at Houseman. Yesterday morning, we fished at Houseman Access and found that although the bite was somewhat slow, they still preferred yellow and salmon peach power bait. Fished until 10 AM and then called it a morning. Darn, we had run out of coffee. Fished the tail-waters this morning. Began at 6:30 at Bertrand launch ramp and were surprised at the ferocity of the hungry little trout. Even though the bite was quick, on anything thrown with the exception of chartreuse and red-white-and blue, the fish were small. Moved to Parker bend and fished downstream from the ramp area and limited out in about thirty minutes. The fish ranged from 11 to 12 1/2 inches and bit every 2 to 3 minutes after the bait hit the bottom. The bite was on yellow, orange, rainbow and salmon peach. The mornings are pretty comfortable for fishing, the fish are biting and not too many people seem to be showing up, giving a fisherman lots of space to choose from. Time to go fish! Generation is scheduled from 4 through 7 PM. The weather forecast is for a high temperature of 88 degrees F. with southerly winds at 4 MPH. Should be mostly sunny with a chance of thundershowers around 6 PM.