Fished R'snake today with Tim (aka Ford Fenders) and my friend, Brad. Though it seemed rather slow for the time spent from around 9:30 to 2:30, the quantity of trout brought to hand were in the low end of double digits. Only Tim brought to hand a fish that was over 12 inches. That one was his last fish at the end of the day and was 16 inches. Nice job! In a nutshell, most fish were caught on a variety of dries and emergers. Brad scored a few on a Carey Special, as well. Mine were on a mix of dries, a Thin-Mint Leech, a #18 soft hackle, and an amber chironomid. I tried fishing deep, putting out nearly all of my Intermediate sink line and trolling very slow, but that only produced two or three trout that were about 12". Interestingly, these had more spotting than the ones caught near the surface. The lake is still way low, and much of the structure that normally shelters the big trout is all high and dry. It was very tough having any sense where the jumbos were hiding. Tim's fish gave me some ideas, but, without an opportunity to give it a try, I might as well zip lip until I know for sure. Next time I visit R'snake, I think I'm going to try fishing deep water with a Type III sink line and also look for shallow water with structure and fish that with a floater. I suspect that these two approaches might provide some interesting results. Tight Lines! --Dave E.