Launched at Houseman Access this morning and proceeded up river trolling for walleye, or whatever else had a mind to bite. Caught a couple of trout on the way upstream. Fished as far up river as Bertrand launch ramp and, although the bite was OK, it was a couple of hours before we limited out. However, we did throw back quite a mess of fish for being either too large or too small. I will amend the previous statement, "...the bite was OK", to: "The bite was good." On the way back in, we trolled for walleye and caught one. The silly thing was only 17 1/2", so, after a picture, he joined the earlier returned trout. The water temperature ranged from 48.4 degrees F. at Houseman to 46 degrees F at Bertrand launch ramp. The day began in the fog, but by 9 AM, the fog melted away and gave us our usual spectacular river scenery. It was a good fishing trip! There is one hour of generation at 44% of capacity scheduled at 5 PM. The weather today is predicted to give us a high temperature of 81 degrees F., under partly sunny skies with winds from the SE at 6 MPH. You should know by now that my advise is to get out there and ENJOY THE DAY!