Alright.... I'd like to compare some notes here. Say you've been trout fishing for 5 years. Say 3 of those years have been on the same stretch of the yakima. Should you be able to go out in practically any "fishable" condition (excluding floods and wind storms) and catch a fish? I say this because early in my fishing career on the Yakima I was getting skunked about half the time. Then, I feel like I turned a corner when I started repeating the same drift year over year. I knew where the fish would hang out at different flows and at different times of the year. I knew what bugs they were obsessively feeding on subsurface after being an asshole and pumping stomachs. I knew what rock to cast towards two or four times until I got that perfect drift that the fish would make a lunge for. Is this the same for most guys who have been hitting the same river for a couple of years or did I just jynx myself into a skunky 2013?