Sam and I headed out to fish directly below the Beaver Dam and noted that the water appeared to be a little bit higher than it has been over the past few weeks. Still, there are a lot of rocky spots that can take tackle. The sinker which I mentioned in yesterdays report is a Lindy No-snag 1/4 ounce. So far, it has worked for us during our tests. This morning the trout were biting on nymph grape, fluorescent orange, pink, hatchery formula and salmon peach. They ignored white, rainbow, garlic and yellow. In fact, at about 8:15 AM, they shut off the bite at the dam. We only fished at the Beaver Dam, so what was going on in other locations is unknown by us. We did drive by Parker Bend and noted that the parking lot was pretty full. Strangely enough, the lot at Bertrand launch ramp contained only one vehicle. Unfortunately, personal business dragged us away. The day promises to be a great day to fish if you get the opportunity. There is no generation scheduled today. The weather should bring us a high temperature of 74 degrees F. under sunny skies with winds from the NNW at 3 to 5 MPH. Another perfect fishing day!