Gave Lenice a try on Thursday (sunny & clear, 61 to 75 degrees, very little wind) and found the water temperature to be 63 to 65 degrees (as measured on my Fishin' Buddy). So, it appears that the water has cooled enough to be safe for fishing, although I did try to play, land and release the fish as quickly as possible so as to not overly stress the fish; no fish needed any reviving. The water was very clear with about 14' of visibility. There was a light hatch of callibaetis and a very few chironomids, but I saw lots of small waterboatmen in the shallows and I had my best luck using small waterboatmen patterns. The shallows were very weedy and if I caught a fish in the shallows it would get tangled up in the weeds, so I mainly fished the deeper water that was mostly free of weeds. I used my RIO InTouch Deep 7 full sinking line with a 7' leader down to a 3X RIO Fluoroflex tippet to fish the 12 to 15 foot depths using very short strips, very quick retrieves (waterboatmen move in very quick, very erratic movements). Landed 27 rainbows in the 12 to 16 inch range, most in the 13 to 15 inch range. Most were very silvery and fat and good fighters; most of these fish appeared to be very fresh, but some of the 15 to 16 inchers looked to have been caught previously. The fish seemed to be spread out everywhere, although the greatest concentration seemed to be in the deep water at the west end of the lake. The larger fish (meaning 18 inches or larger) were mysteriously missing; maybe there was a summer or winter kill that wiped out that generation? Never spotted any big fish on my Fishin' Buddy, but saw lots of small fish in the SideFinder view. No spiny rays were spotted or caught. My friend landed a similar number and size of fish using an adult damselfly pattern and small leech patterns in the deeper water. Besides us, there were only three other fishermen on the lake. Only a few mosquitoes around and didn't get bitten. Very enjoyable outing!