Fished Rock Lake, south of Cheney, Washington on Saturday morning.
The fishing was slow initially; but, around 10:30am, it turned on. In about 30 minutes, we caught four steelhead and a rainbow. All were in the 16- to 17-inch range.
The lure that took the most fish was a 2.8" OG1 with red-oxide and black scales on the outside and orange on the inside. The runner-up was a 3.9" OG1 in the same colors.
We fished the 2.8" OG1 behind a one-ounce trolling weight. We fished the 3.9" OG1 on a lead-core line with three colors out behind the boat.
Here's a short video clip on YouTube: https://youtu.be/W0t3KZQLFY4
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