Went to Pass yesterday to check up on the late summer minnow hatch/algae bloom. Both are on track. The trout are herding the minnows to shore and slashing through them like mini orcas. I was throwing a #10/#8 crystal bunny bugger towards the reeds and trolling it along the shore as well. I started out with the #10 and switched to the #8 as the sun set. By far the best day at Pass this season. In just a few short hours I landed three browns and two 'bows 18"-20" and a couple of 10"-12" bows. I missed as many strikes while trolling. Rowing slows down my reaction time. They seemed to like it fast. If you are trolling from a tube consider stripping the fly in as you kick. After you bring it in cast to shore, kick, and strip, sort of a stillwater version of a wet fly swing. If you get a chance to and want a break from the salt put in at Pass Lake and toss around a streamer/bugger pattern. Let me know what works for you.