The water in there (Sunday anyway) was about 58 in the main body and western side, just over 60 at the far east end. Basically still too cool for bass. The problem there is that as the snowmelt/rain intesifies, you will get a constant mixing with cooler river water, so I am guessing that it will warm up a bit slower on that west end. I saw many marks on the FF rising off the bottom to follow jigs, but would do just that, follow. About a few feet then right back down. Once you see them on their beds the picking will be easy. My fav tactic; white grub or tube (for visibility), pitch it just pas tthe bed, slowly drag it onto the bed and let it sit. The guard will pick it up ever so gently, sometimes so gently that you won't feel it, hence the white grub. When that happens, drive the hook home and hold on. They are usualy the cows guarding the nest. Fight 'em quick and release them back as close to the nest as possible. Any scavangers will raid the nest as soon as the guard is off and eat the eggs.
I know I'll be watching for reports. Hope you all have good luck.