Incoming and high slack often best for trying to find pinks, or are they there to be tempted no matter what the tide?
I think youll be good with both those tides, enjoy your trip man. Sounds like youve definatly done your research
Billinoregon (July 21st, 2012)
Thanks Coastrider. I've been reading all the forums I can find, and re-reading "Fly Fishing for Pacific Salmon II," by Johnson and Ferguson.
It depends on the area. If you find a nice bay with a good point with a drop off then try fishing it just after high tide as it's dropping. The current coming from the bay out across the point is a perfect place to try as any pinks in the area will be actively feeding on prey that's stuck in the current.
Sawmill: Makes perfect sense. Thanks.
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