Both boats launched at 7 AM at Houseman Access and proceeded downstream to fish for trout. The first location at which we anchored yielded a few fish, but the bite was pretty slow. We decided to troll up river in the rather quickly moving water to see if anything wanted to do some exercise to catch a 'meal' of Rapala. No takers! Tried bait at one location in the tailwaters, but there was no bite. Made a command decision to return to where the bite was slow, but THERE. Glad we did because the fish we caught would have had to be thrown back in the tailwaters. The youngsters in the boats caught some really good fish and 'set the bar' for both the parents and guides! Everyone had a good time and nobody not get rained on. Lack of rain was a welcome change! The trout bit on rainbow and fluorescent orange. While trolling, only one 'strike' was made, and that was on a Colorado spoon.Needless to say, until further notice, there is both generation and flood gate flow in the river. The water temperature is around 55 degrees F. due to the water coming into the river from the top of Beaver Lake. Tomorrow, the high temperature is predicted to hit 90 degrees F., under mostly sunny skies. The winds should be from the SSW at 8 to 12 MPH. Let’s go fish!