Surface water temps around 68 degrees.
Shore fishermen are catching trout on homemade dough bait, powerbait (green color) and worms all along south shore, which has been decent with all species of fish.
Reilly Canyon: the river has slowed down to a trickle and heavy willows/vegetation has emerged around the lake. The most action for fish is occurring in the early mornings and
late evenings. Some catfish are being reported around the inlet which is now off color due to the recent rains up stream.
Boaters have done well targeting walleye. Smallmouth caught early in the morning and late evening. Trout are caught during all hours. Worm harnesses and crank baits have worked well. Fish are being found deep, 15+ feet.
BOATING ALERT: Due to water being released, boaters be aware of underwater hazards. Not all hazards will be marked.