So this has been my first season dedicated to chasing salmon on a flyrod. It seems like I worked more than I slept, and fished more than both. It was a rough start as some of my friends will attest. It took a while to translate what I have learned about fishing for searuns over the past few years, and finally start putting fish on the beach. Overall I had an excellent season and all it took was a little dialing in my cast and time on the beach. If you've tried and failed (like I did for a couple years) at catching a salmon on a fly off the hundreds of miles of accessible beach that we have in the puget sound, then I think the magic piece of advise is just know that it takes a month of trying pretty much every morning before work and then it just turns on. It didn't seem like I was doing anything different, but some how the world knew that I had put in my month of watching everyone around me catch fish every trip, and it was finally my turn. Well, with bad weather around the corner, and family time to make up for. I rounded out my season with a little night fishing and finally got a good shot of a chumdog that put the icing on the cake this year. I have a feeling that the fishing trips will be few and far between this winter, so I think I'll embrace cabin fever early and hit the vise. It was nice meeting people from this site on the beach this year, maybe a few more next year. Good luck to everyone. Here are my favorite pics from this year, some have already been seen and/or ridiculed in past threads.