This morning I fished in four different locations below Beaver Dam. The initial spot was directly below the dam, where the water is pretty low. The bite was OK, but nothing to write home about. Moved to the now defunct launch ramp closest to the dam and found that the trout were there and hungry for both pink and garlic power bait. They did not respond to chartreuse. Moved to Parker Bend and fished in the holes downstream from the ramps. The fish were biting on salmon peach, fluorescent orange and garlic, but had no interest in pink. Hmmm? Moved to Houseman Access and threw two different rigs and sat back to enjoy a cup of java. The trout bite was slow, about every 10 minutes, but they bit on both rigs. The color of choice for power bait paste seemed to be both orange and hatchery formula. The choice for eggs was yellow with a red on a #12 hook. The fly fishermen with whom I had contact along the morning fishing excursion were experiencing a variety of results. Those who were using streamers just before first light did well, including one very nice brown trout. After daylight, the ones who were catching were using pheasant tails and midges, (both black and olive). Was pleasantly surprised at the activity of the trout at the ramp closest to Beaver Dam. Most interesting was the fact that no one else was there. If you go there, the fish seem to be more plentiful all the way downstream to the end of the gravel bar. At least, that is where I got the most action. Weather is great! Go fish!!One hour of generation is scheduled for 5 PM at 44% of capacity. The weather forecast for today calls for a high temperature of 81 degrees F. under mostly sunny skies with winds from the E at 4 MPH.