As promised last Saturday morning following the morning trip, here is the result of the afternoon outing. Sam hit the river mid-afternoon and moved upstream above the Hwy 62 bridge and put a few in the live-well. From there, he came back down river and fished just inside the tailwaters. Fish were in the cooperative mode, but a call from a family member put an abrupt halt to the rest of the trip. Still, they did great for the time on the water. The trout bite was a little slow, but they really liked chunky cheese, by Gulp. This morning, Sam, Frank, (my niece's husband), and I launched at Holiday Island Marina and checked for the whispered about walleye bite. There were quite a few schools of white bass marked, but only a few walleye. The whites are staging; and a few are being caught between Beaver town and Houseman Access. This afternoon, we fished upstream from Bertrand launch ramp and, as shown in the picture, did pretty good. Frank and Barb will be enjoying a great trout supper! The trout were biting on yellow and salmon peach. There was generation this morning at 7 and 8 at 88% of capacity. There is no generation scheduled for tomorrow. The high temperature today was 74 degrees F. under mostly sunny skies with winds from the NNE at 9 MPH. Tomorrow, the high temperature is predicted to reach 62 degrees F. under partly cloudy skies with winds from the NE at 10 MPH, gusting to 18. Hope you get out to try your luck trout fishing!