A frosty start to the day with temperatures in the upper teens combined with clear skies (for a change), and changing water level made things challenging for the 40-some anglers that fished the run today. Those that put in a few hours indicated that few fish were brought to hand, but reports from those that hung in there for the better part of the day, reported better numbers (i.e. 4 for7, 3 for 5, etc.) A common occurrence for those that did somewhat better is that brief action/a flurry was followed by a prolonged period of inactivity and then another period of action. I suppose it means "being in the right place at the right time". It does suggest that the fish are there and with the additional day for the fish to "settle in" from the last drop in water level, I would think the prospects for tomorrow look very promising.