Well I decided that I was going to fish all day saturday due to the lack of fishing I did last weekend. I left my house at 5:30 and stopped in at fish all day tackle in deroche and chatted it up with the owner for about 20 mins. I also bought a drennan which he sells for like $5.50, cheaper than anywhere I've seen em. I then proceeded up the canyon to where I would begin my walk. I got to the first pool and saw 1 coho in the entire pool. I managed to get him to come and inspect my roe, but he wouldn't take. I fished about 5 more pools in the canyon and saw maybe 4 more coho in total, none of them would take and I soon left them alone. I did find a fossil rock in a creek deposit by the river, full of shell prints and other cool stuff . So I hiked myself out of the canyon after much walking and not alot of fishing, but I didn't really expect to catch anything in there anyways just kind of exploring. I then went to the hatchery and took a quick look, only saw 1 jack coho among the hundreds of chum. After that I decided to hike down towards the harrison because I'd never been much past the easter seals run before. I saw some decent pools but kept walking cause they were packed with dogs :twisted: I then came to a pool that I could see afew coho in. They were not at all interested in anything I gave them except for 1 fish who chased my colorado right to shore then turned tail. So down a few more pools I go, and I find a huge pool with about 15 coho holding in one spot. The first cast get some fish following, and I hook one on the second cast after putting a small piece of roe on my spinner, but it shook free very quickly. Alittle more walking and seeing plenty of bear sign and no more coho and I head back to the previous spot. Fished there for another hour only to get lots of followers, on many different lures but no takes. It was a good day of exploring anyways, and I found some good new water. The river is loaded with chum and what I guess are old sockeye. This rain will change everything though.