Sometimes I think anglers forget stockers still have natural instincts. Several times I've walked up to an angler near a stock point on a swollen, dirty river to hear him say something to the effect of, "those trout have probably been washed five miles downstream by now." They haven't. When water levels rise and stain, trout will move out of their usual holes and runs, but often just to the closest area with soft current. In many cases, that's the bank. When this move occurs, I'll modify a tandem walleye trolling spinner rig to do the dirty work.