FISHYDOG - I have been out the last 3 days, and everyday I hook into roughly 7-8 fish...Minus the day the post is about...Lots o feesh there, but if your presentation is correct, you can actually catch a fair percentage of fish you see. Yesterday I had a buddy with me, and we saw a total of about 25 fish, I banked, and bonked 2 and gave a handoff to my buddy and he bonked one more. Next cast I hooked up to a naturally spawned pig, but turned him back to the gravel beds. I hooked into probably 30 percent of the fish we saw, got broke off, and had others roll and spit. So if you present the garbage to them just right and drift your presentation right in their faces, you will get them to hit it. If they turn away, and get spooked by your gear, it is too large...Downsize. On the outing after the post, Osmosis and I went out again, and pretty much hooked into another 12-15 fish between the two of us, only retained 5 between the two of us that time, but it was getting dark by the time we left...So yes the first and last light bites are the times when I like to try to target fish on E.C. Good luck DOG, and try to be adaptable. If you aren't piqueing the fish to get interested, try something else, until you find your honey lure, for the honey hole, although there are no "honey holes" on Eagle Creek, you just need to catch the pods as they are moving past you. The fish are most aggressive in faster moving riffles, and quick sections of chutes, or anywhere the water increases speed. The just don't bite much in pools, or slack drifts.