Good Friday and snow melt running off into the Eden coupled with icy northerly winds aren't the ideal conditions when chasing Spring trout. However, Tony Riley and I found some decent fish against the odds. Admittedly the first few trout were clearly rising to tiny midge though this early in the season, hungry fish will often pounce on a well placed olive dry fly. After lunch we were treated to a show of Large Dark Olives and sport really picked up. For once the cold was forgotten as we were able to targeting rising trout, a real bonus considering the river levels of late. Fingers crossed, hopefully the rain will hold off for Easter.