I got up early today and drove to Deckers. The weather forecast had been for cool temps with rain and chance of snow so I figured a BWO hatch might be on for this morning. I was on the water at 8:00 with overcast skies, light intermittant snow and mist and temps in the low 30's. I fished a size 18 BH flash back pheasant tail above an 18 BWO emerger with a split shot and yarn strike indicator. I hooked and landed a 19" rainbow in the first ten minutes. This was the largest trout I have personally ever caught in my life. I don't know who was more tired... the fish or me. He was literally larger than my net and hung over the end of the net frame. He had taken the bead head. After releasing him I hooked another rainbow which I played for several minutes and then lost when the hook came out. He was larger than the first fish. Actually, he was so big that when the strike occured and I set the hook he hardly moved off the river bottom. I could tell it was a fish but the weight and lack of movement half convinced me it was a snag. When he did move it was an awesome sight. I know that being excited can make a fish seem pretty big but he was in sight several times in the next few minutes and was certainly larger than the first fish I had caught. Another trout, smaller than the first two but still quite large was also hooked and lost after jumping two times. The last one was a brown trout. All three fish were hooked within a space of 45 minutes or so and then the activity ceased. I left the river at 10:00 to go to work and never did see any BWO hatch take place but I expect later today something will probably occur. This was one of the best days fishing I've ever had in regards to the quality of the fish I hooked.