I was on the lake last Thursday (1/10/19; 0900 - 1200) and found it producing fish in what I've come to think of as normal numbers: two in the net, two others hooked, and three or four nice takes. The netted fish were 1) an 18-inch rainbow taken on an olive rabbit fur leach-like pattern tied as a booby (flotation at the head) that was cast to the bank and retrieved near the bottom and 2) a 16-inch rainbow caught trolling across the lake in the north half using a traditional muddler minnow in roughly the middle water column.
In case you're interested, here's the booby fly I've taken a liking to:
Great report. Like your fly as well.
Mark, Any chiromids present when you were there. How long were you on the lake? Thanks. Bob