They are putting in sterile Rainbows which are supposed to interested only in eating. They also might be easy to catch. My bad luck may have something to do with the possible fact that there are few trout available. I did not see very many rises and little on the scope.
But now, summer is here and the bass fishing has been good but only on one lake that few people fish. There are cabins on this lake but few occupants. Nice modern, expensive cabins too. They are starting to go deeper now. Earlier you could cast right into shallow water close to the shoreline and bigger SM and LM were there. Now they are mostly in 15 FOW. But where there is a dropoff nearby, some are still close to shore. It must be a genetic disposition to be close to deep water to escape from birds of prey which for the most part don't exist any longer except for the odd Osprey.