Girlfriend and I went camping up at Punderson this weekend, it was great cold as heck, but I enjoyed it anyway. Anyhoo, on Sunday, we broke camp and went to bob evans, then decided to spend the day trying to catch one of those dang steelhead you guys love so much WE ended up on the rocky river, because I figured you guys had mentioned the chagrin wasn't producing and the grand was too full of water, or vice versa, or something similar, so I proposed we hit the rock. And so we did We started out on the west fork I guess, here: 41.363222, -81.855384 Just check it out in google, I don't know the area names for places, so I figured GPS would be the way to go. Too windy to cast, but it gave me a moment to get my rod put into the rig I'd eventually use; *Egg fly (both dark pink and light, and orange, 3 separate flies used intermittently) *indicator, little clip on orange foam one *tiny tiny split shot First off, I dunno what people complain about casting these kinds of rigs for If you've spent much time trying to lay bass flies out with 4 lb test leader and no tippet (and I have) it's a breeze to get that baby shot out flat. Anyhoo. Since that spot was impossible, we went downstream to: 41.404392,-81.881095 We fished +/- 200 yds up and down the bank here, throwing the same setup. I tried to follow the directions I read on here, setting my indicator to keep the egg just barely ticking the bottom, and not getting hung up tooo terribly often. No takers in 2 hours. Moved on. 41.407764, -81.881358 I had broken off another fly, and therefore given up on fly rodding. Instead, I threw a HJ10 here, silver and black, and also a couple different blue fox and mepps spinners. Didn't feel like breaking out the gulp, etc. No takers, it got dark, we went home What'd I do wrong? I was able to get great drifts going with the flies, and experimented with colors too. I tried to target deeper sections, ripples, ripples into deeper sections, pools... everything I could. I'd LOVE to get this to work, and will definitely try agian this year, but since I'm in Columbus, it's a pretty crazy drive to make every weekend if I'm just going to strike out. I talked to several other people who said they struck out as well, and one guy claimed to have seen another guy catch 2 in a half hour... I don't know what to do about these dang fish!