Launched at Houseman Access and headed upstream in search of a decent trout bite. Tried just downstream from Spider Creek Island and caught six, three of which were in the slot and had to go back into the river. Sounds pretty good, eh? Well, it took too long to catch them, so we headed back out of the tail-waters and, in 40 minutes, had limited out with fish that ranged from 13 1/2 to 15 3/4 inches. The water at Spider Creek Island was 47.0 degrees F, and at Houseman was 51 degrees F. The trout were happy to bite on, in order of preference, salmon peach, yellow, and orange. We noted that there an impressive number of walleye upstream; however, we did not try fishing for them. If you are going out to fish later today, keep in mind that generation will begin at 2 PM and continue through 7 tonight. Also, remember to stay hydrated in this 90 plus degree weather. Do not forget to have fun!Generation at 2 and 3 PM is slated for 44% of capacity with 4 through 7 to be at 88%. Weather today is expected to give us a high temperature of 93 degrees F. under mostly sunny skies with winds from the SW at 9 MPH. In this weather, my advice is to fish early and get out of the afternoon sun. You have heard about "mad dogs and Englishmen," right?