Finally, a long overdue fishing report! This past Saturday, I tried fishing near the town of Beaver, affectionately known as Beaver Town. Those white bass that had been hanging around giving fishermen a great time for the past couple of weeks did not show their fishy faces. Threw a couple of different lures, including Rapalas and Flicker Shads. Checked with a couple of boats on scene, and they were having the same luck as I. Do not know what happened on Sunday, since I trout fished far upstream from Beaver Town.This morning was very productive. Fished directly below the Beaver Dam and caught trout on chunky cheese and yellow power bait. The bite was a little slow, but the water was very shallow. Guess the river is finally going down a bit. It still is too high to walk from the Bertrand Launch Ramp along the river bank towards Spider Creek. But, I digress. Moved to the gravel bar downstream from the Beaver Dam launch area even though the bite directly below the Beaver Dam was good. I got annoyed at having to sit on the wet rocks. (Must be old age creeping up on me). The bite at the gravel bar was faster than it was below the dam. I threw 5 different baits and caught fish on every one. There were three other people with lines in the water; and they had caught three fish between them. They were using chartreuse power bait eggs. after trying white without any success. Another delightful morning on the White River was had by all! Tomorrow is supposed to have a high temperature of 81 degrees F., under partly sunny skies with a chance of mid-afternoon thundershowers. The winds will be northerly at 6 MPH. There is generation slated from 3 through 8 PM. Sounds like another great day to go out and enjoy some fishing fun!