Gabor Horvat reports: The migratory rainbow trout fishing is a bit slow in the tributaries that flow into Georgian Bay. Heavy rain about 10 days ago and a big snow storm 3 days later is continuing to keep water temperatures cold. The terrain up there is still snow-covered. Cold night and morning temperatures in the 5 to -7 C is preventing the water from warming up quickly. The flow in the tributaries is slowing down, but it is still a bit higher than normal. I drifted smaller roe bags and went down to a #16 hook to compensate for the clear-water conditions. I also used a 4 lb. test Fluorocarbon leader & a 6 lb. test main line. Most of my drifts were only about 30â€™ in length, and than I had to reel-in and warm my hands up. It very cold, but I managed to get two nice females.