Most trout fishing I do when I get the chance is with flies, but used to use spinning gear too. Small spoons & marabou jigs work well for trout in addition to the spinners that letmefish mentioned.
I don't know the regs up there, but if you can use more than one hook, a fly on a short 4"-6"dropper about 10" to 12" ahead of a marabou jig can be very productive, as can a streamer fly on a 10" leader behind a spoon. Spinner flies work too.
I make the flies, but bought the spinner. Mostly I use them for panfish with a fly rod, but have caught trout on them too. They don't have to be fancy. Woolly Buggers on a spinner are a good combination. These can be cast with ultra light spinning gear by adding a small solid metal bead or worm weight ahead of the spinner. Use a plastic bead between the weight & the knot to protect the knot.
It's best to have some dark & light flies if you go with something like the buggers. I favor black, white, chartreuse & olive for trout.
These are bead head black Woolly (Sparkle) Buggers. They have some flashy material in the body, while regular buggers don't.
The original Rapala or Yozuri Pin's Minnows in similar size are killer trout lures.