Daniel, a lot of fish fall to egg patterns, in fact probably the greater majority. I like pinks and chartreuse colors myself. Just enter steelhead in the search and you will get an overwhelming number of "hits". I seem to have my best success on heavily pressured fish switching to smaller sized but still brightly colored soft hackles.
Daniel, my question was really about whether you were fishing still or moving water when I asked about the lake. If you fish the still water, try an olive egg sucking leech with a bright orange bead or a black one with a bright blue bead. Odd colors I know, but have worked for me. Best tip I can offer is to fish the leeches unweighted using a sinking line. The unweighted leech undulates like the real think unlike weighted leeches. The "hot spot" beads seem to draw the fish.
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