I fished the trophy section last week. I landed what may be (in terms of size anyway) the fish of a lifetime. I did not get an accurate measurement of the fish, but lets just say it should have been measered in pounds rather than inches. It was a monster rainbow. I had a camera but didn't get a picture. A couple in my church had taken me over there to give it a try, so I did have witnesses! The fish are really stacked up in just a handful of runs. There were 3 of us and we had to share a run. We spread out enough to make it work without distrubing the water that another angler would be fishing. I was throwing to some fish in the slack water beside the run while my buddies wife fished the run from the opposite side of the stream and he was up in the head of the run in a really good spot to swing streamers and nymphs. I was fortunate that the largest fish I saw was the one that ate my fly. Later on I saw a couple of fish that were easy 6 inches longer and half again as wide. My buddy caught 2 large ones on streamers. I stuck one of the Palaminos but broke it off on the hook-set. It looked to be close to 20" and cleared water 4 times after I snapped it off. I talked to several guys who said the fish were getting tougher. One guy told me he had caught 60 the week before with 6 being true trophy status. The day I was there he said that he had landed 3 fish. We did catch several in the 12-14" range. While I enjoyed it, I will have to say it was simply too crowded for me. You better be prepared to share a single run with several anglers. Some will ask "permission", others want. It's not that there were that many anglers there it was simply that the fish are stacked up in specific stretches and if you want a shot at one that it where you better be.