Split the day in half, between up and downriver a few miles from the confluence. Caught 2 limits worth of bows in the first 45 min. then hit a lull about for about a half hour and moved. Ended the day with close to half our catch each from both North and South of the Confluence.
Total for the day: 19. A quarter of the catch were native fish and the rest hatchery. Average around 18" and 4 over 20" including a fiesty 23.5" native fish. Kept some plants for friends and a few for smoking. The majority of fish were caught finesse trolling a chartreuse plastic bait.
Sidenote: I did not anticipate the water to be so high! This is the highest I have ever seen it this time of year and to me, this makes fishing more difficult as there's a lot more surface water to cover and virtually no flow to help concentrate fish. We'll see what the next couple weeks brings; fishing could be more challenging than what we are historically used to for this time of year, especially if one tries to pursue Kokanee.