Well I fished the Central Oregon area the last few days and had some pretty good luck. The Crooked river never produced for us for some reason. I caught a couple of really small fish, but that was it. The Metolius lived up to its reputation of being a VERY difficult river to catch fish on. I did have a lunker Rainbow on for a couple of minutes, but it went deep and got my line tangled up on a log or something and no matter what I did I could not get it free. I ended up having to break the line and kiss a large fish goodbye. The Fall River though was the savior. I landed several 10-14 inch Rainbows and one monster Brown that was at least 19 inches (my dad thought that it was larger, but I like to be conservative). I was surprised to catch such a large fish on a #18 prince nymph. It was the biggest fish that I have landed in several years so it was worth the trip. Of course it was the only day that I left my camera in the car so I do not have a photo, but honestly it happened. I went back to the car and got my camera afterwards for the next big brown, which of course never happened. I did get a few pictures of the surroundings and few 10-12 inch bows that I will try to post on the Trips area.