I've been fishing RSL quite a bit this year due to the fact that it's nearby and I've become increasingly reluctant to travel east. The C & R regs have really made this local fishing opportunity more attractive to me. That being said the fishing has been rather slow. The water level is the highest I've seen in the last 25 years reaching withing 20 ft or so of the road and covering much of the grass on the banks. At the deepest the lake now exceeds 55 ft in depth and the water temp is at about 56 degrees. Most of the fish are at about 25'-35' depth. The fish finder shows lots of good sized fish but the few i've managed to catch are pretty small but they appear to be well fed. I am curious to hear insights from any other RSL fishers. I'd like to know whats worked for you. I'd also like to know what the fish eat in RSL. There doesn't appear to be a lot of insect activity or forage fish yet the fish seem well fed and judging by the reaction to my offerings don't seem particularly hungry. So far I've had enjoyed some meager results with small Woolley Buggers, Damsel Nymphs, and a Prince Nymph. They've sneered at everything else in my arsenal. I'll keep trying. Your input would be greatly appreciated.