Sam and I launched the 20 footer at 8ish this morning and spent a couple of hours performing the 'break in' of our new motor. Saw several folks out trying their luck for walleye and, after speaking with them learned that there still is a big difference between 'fishing' and ‘ catching.’ Nobody had picked up walleye, and only one person had boated a trout. We finished up our initial 3 hours of break-in and put back in at Houseman so Sam could pick up his people for a trip. They started by moving downstream and trolling over Walleye Flats with no luck at all. The report is the same for the other areas they trolled upstream, though the party limited out on rainbows. This father and son reeled them in faster than the guide could bait their hooks and fill the live well. NICE FISH! Jigging downstream was non-productive also. The winds were horrendous all afternoon, to the point that the river was white-capping below Houseman.After helping around the shop, I went to Beaver Dam to try to fish in the remaining 3 hours of 'no generation' to find that the Corps had begun their generation at 3 PM instead of 6. Big surprise....not. Tomorrow’s trip is scheduled for the afternoon. Guess we will see what changes occur in the generation schedule. The generation schedule calls for 112 units, (88% of capacity), from 6 through 12 in the morning. The high temperature for tomorrow is expected to be 72º F. with southerly winds of 16 MPH, gusting to 22. The day is expected to be sunny. Hope everyone gets a chance to try for the rainbows. The stocking truck dropped some fish at Houseman Access at 11 AM today.DSC_0479