True report. I went fishing solo on Tuesday the 17th and Thursday the 19th.
Tuesday in about 6 hrs caught 10 WB all males (no eggs). Water temp was 57 to 59 it was hard to find them or make them to bite. Mainly fishing from 8 to 15 ft of water pulling flies with or without minnows, plain hook with minnows, dragging jigs and twister tails. Also, I had to move a lot.
Thursday it was a different story with the water temp being in most places 61 to 64 the fish were very active. In about 4 hrs I caught 38 WB all females full of eggs, some soft but the majority were still hard. I didn't have to move a lot. I was using a wolf river set up with a plain hook and a minnow, as soon I found them I switch to green and yellow twister tail to catch the mos active fish. Mainly fishing 7 to 2 ft of water this time.
I believe the river still is going to be fishable for another week or so. Those WB they have to get their thing done and come back to the lakes and that takes time.
PS. Thanks to all this guys that are always willing to share their fishing knowledge posting true fishing reports. Those reports are very valuable info. One last thing I can say. There is "always" fish for every one that is willing to try and experiment. Good luck to all!