Sam and I FINALLY dragged our carcases fishing at 3 PM. (My fault...personal business, again). We visited the Bertrand launch ramp and moved downstream a couple of hundred yards. The trout were very accommodating on fluorescent orange, yellow, salmon peach, nymph grape, white, chartreuse, hatchery formula and spring green. They thumbed their noses at corn yellow, red-white-blue, garlic and pink. Trout, go figure! There was one other fisherman on scene who was wondering if the fish were biting where we had ended up. We told him yes, and what bait had been successful for us. Looks like the wind will be increasing for tomorrow, but if you get out after 11 AM, the water should have stopped moving, and, if you cover up for the wind, you should have a great day fishing!Tomorrow, generation is scheduled from 7 through 9 AM and from 7 through 9 PM. The weather forecast predicts a high temperature of 48 degrees F. under sunny skies with winds from the WNW at 15 MPH, gusting to 38. Might need to weigh down your hat with sinkers!