Remember in yesterday's report what was given as the generation schedule for today?  One thing that needs to be remembered when the schedule is published, is that the Corps reserves the right to change that schedule as the need arises.  This morning appears to have been one of those times, since the generation began at 6 AM at 44% of capacity.  By then, we had been fishing about 2 minutes.  By the time the water began rising, (15 minutes), we had landed one trout and one walleye. Since our morning schedule was full of things to do, we were fishing from the river bank and had to leave.  The others who were at Parker Bend were not happy campers, since safely wading to fly fish in the current is not possible.  The walleye was a 19 1/2 inch male and will make a great lunch!  Tomorrow, we plan on going out for white bass, which should be pretty close to the Houseman area.  One never knows where those rascally fish will turn up.Tomorrow's generation schedule indicated that generation should begin at 4 PM and run through 6 PM at 44% of capacity.  High temperature predicted for tomorrow is for 84 degrees F. under partly sunny skies with winds from the SSW at 13 MPH, gusting to 21.  Nothing like March winds in May!  Let's go fishing and enjoy the day.