Fished from the ramps at Parker Bend this morning and learned that the trout woke up hungry, but had had their fill by 7:30. For me, they bit only on hatchery formula. Other fishermen began arriving about 8 AM and were not having much luck. By then, neither was I. There was a large amount of surface activity; I was sorry that I did not have a fly rod in the truck!Yesterday, after writing the fishing report, I decided to go out and fish with lures in the moving waters. Fished from the upstream ramp at Parker and picked up a 17 inch brown trout. The critter bit on a Rapala black on silver F-11. Took a picture, then turned it loose. Throwing lures or micro jigs during the generation can be quite productive if one is patient! Tomorrow, generation is scheduled from 2 through 7 PM at 44% of capacity. The day should bring us plenty of sunshine with a high temperature of 82 degrees F. Winds will be from the ESE at 5 MPH. Go out and enjoy the first full day of fall!