Set out at 7:30 this morning to fish downstream from the Bertrand launch ramp. There were several people there when I arrived, and all of them had at least one fish. By 8:35, and after using seven different colors of bait, I had caught and released 7 trout. The people fishing upstream from those of us who were trying our luck closer to Spider Creek Island, were not catching much. The colors used this morning were nymph grape, white, garlic, salmon peach, yellow, fluorescent orange and spring green. They all worked about equally well. The key seems to be to get out there early and offer the fish a nice breakfast. The morning was a little chilly, but not like yesterday! One guide launched and moved toward the hole at Spider Creek, where I am sure he did great. Do not be surprised to see more guides launching at Bertrand and fishing that short area between the ramp and Spider Creek, since the low water from the Hwy 62 bridge and Houseman Access makes access to great fishing spots difficult. Canoes and kayaks are a good way to get to the fish where other means of transport cannot. There is generation at 44% of capacity scheduled for 8 and 9 PM. The weather forecast calls for a high temperature of 77 degrees F. under sunny skies with westerly winds of 16 MPH.