I had the rare chance to get out for a couple hours by myself yesterday and excercize the center pin. The water has dropped and cleared to more normal winter levels, and water temps have dropped considerably. Thankfully steelhead numbers are very strong and fishing appears good yet. I did have to fine tune my presentation a little to counteract the lower/clearer conditions, but as you can see the steelhead were still willing to come out and play. There is something strangely quiet and beautiful about winter fishing that is unique and always envigorating. Maybe it's just the body and souls reaction to the fresh air after being stuck inside for a while. It's supposed to warm a bit next week. You know where I will be- hope to see you out there.