Ive, his friend Ken, and I fished a lot of lakes last week in the Seeps. The water is still around 50 to 55 degrees so the spiny rays are still asleep. We didn't pick up a single one. Now trout on the other hand were a bit more agreeable. Each of us got into some healthy, bigass, line ripping trout. Can't say which lake was the hot ticket or Ive will rip out my gizzard... Ken found a honey hole and worked some 20 plus inch trout on chironomids while Ive and I threw half backs in 20 feet of H2O. All in all we hiked our asses off and kicked until the cows came home. Once I got the skunk off I didn't care if I caught more because it was a line ripper. Quite a few of the fish were getting fat on the rich food in the lakes and were getting kinda huch backed because of their fast growth rate. One that Ken measured was 9 inches tall (belly to back). If the Seeps gets a week of good hot temps they should pick up significantly.