If you guys that are fishing at Anderson or Trinity Lakes don't do well; stop at Little Camas Reservoir on the way back (or way up). Get to the far end of the reservoir near the spillway and fish the corner closest to you. Float tubes if you have one. Power bait works or worms, or corn. Not big trout but good eating. Or for you newcomers, go to Featherville, just past the bar and hotel and turn right on the main road. As soon as you turn, look to the right for a walking path down to the pond full of old dredge timbers (in the rock piles). Same bait, and lots of trout from the river as that pond is river fed. You can see the timbers in the water to avoid getting hung up. Early am and late pm is better. Check on the season times, think usually around Memorial Day weekend. Also, just past Horseshoe Bend is a pond/lake/reservoir on the left side; bass are plentiful and 2-5 pounders are common.
Must be getting old, giving up my secret spots. BTW, if anyone has a source of junk lead, I have sinker molds.
Need 100 lbs or more to really make it worthwhile.