In my last report I said I was going to fish my new collection of OldGoat Lures. We launched at Seaton Grove Launch about 8;30 and headed for number 1 net pen, the current was running a little different today than it had been the past week or so, when we got to the net pen I started out with an OldGoat in orange and green and Evie started out with a perch pattern. Twenty minutes later we had our two trout each. The next time I do this test I will switch over to a single hook rather than a treble hook so I can pinch the barb and be able to release trout. We headed for a walleye hole that had been treating us very good but there were four boats fishing that hole, it was almost to crowded a couple days ago and we were the only boat there. We search up and down river for some place we could fish with out a crowd but every time we would get set up in a nice backwater eddie somebody would pull in on top of us. We finally got into a spot, got our OldGoat lures out and Evie had a hook up and while netting her walleye I had a good take down. Now here comes two boats and three of those little personal pontoon boats, that was enough for one day, we headed home. One thing I have to say, if you haven't fished these OldGoat lures I think your missing out on a lot of fun. Next weekend I will be fishing them for Kokanee in Lake Chelan at the NWFR get together.