I was torn between Lone and Pass, but finally ended up at Pass because I said I'd help out the Bad-Dadio, I looked, but never found him, now I know why! I also looked for Jeff but once I got dialed in I didn't move much. I started the day out buy the orchard and dialed in a chironomid bite in 12 to 14 feet of water. Today they wanted a size 14 chromy, and they wanted it moving from about 9:00-11:00. After that they just wanted it deep and slightly twitched. The key also seemed to be adjusting depths and retrieves. I'd dial something in catch a couple, it would slow, and then I'd do it all over again. I never moved spots, just kept switching tactics. I ended up with 9 or 10 before the callibaetis hatch came off at 12:30. Tim assured me that I was not going to be sorry that I chose Pass. I wasn't. I started by throwing a Rickards callibaetis nymph and found willing fish right away, but I struggled to hook up consistently so I grabbed my already strung up dry fly rod and proceeded to land a couple right off and then I proceeded to break off a couple. Next I figured I could coax a few with the nymph under an indicator and that worked as well, bit not as well as fishing the nymph on an intermediate line, so I switched again... you get the picture, I kept switching between three rods and I would find fish on all three methods when the fish were actively working in the area. From 12:30-2:00 I probably landed 8 or 9 all over 17", with one of them being a brown. At two things slowed again so I decided to row around and get a feel for the lake. I stopped briefly by the rocks on the far shore and fished mids deep. I missed two hits and then kept rowing. I stopped just left of the big weed bed and picked up another fish on mids and then rowed over to the road side bank and sank mids and leeches deep and picked up two more. Then I trolled that shore line and picked up three more on a black leech before stopping at the far end opposite the orchard side. There I cast and retrieved the black leech and picked up two more before switching over to dries again. I ended up hooking two landing one and missing a few more before heading back to the launch end. On the way back, I missed three takes on the leech and landed two. I anchored off the weed bed and casting around with the leech the dries and some mids with only one hit so I decided to call it a day but while rowing to the launch fish were hitting the surface enough to cause me pause. I cast to them for awoke but only managed two takes, one of which about pulled the rod out of the boat when I had set it Dow right after a cast to put some things away. Good day, sorry I missed some of you on the water.