Fished Rock Lake, south of Cheney, Washington yesterday. Was surprised at how high the lake was--guessing it's two feet above the level we saw in January. The upside of this high water is that launching your boat is quite a bit easier. The downside is that there's considerable debris floating in the south end of the lake. And, the color is a little off.
We fished for several hours and left with six fish: several nice steelhead plants, the largest rainbow we've taken to date, and a nice brown trout.
Orange seemed to be the color of the day. The most productive lure was a 2.8" OG1 with a black body and a fluorescent orange tail, next up was a 2.44" fluorescent orange OG1, and, finally the 2.8" perch did well (and took the only German brown trout).
Below is a quick video of the outing:
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