Question for you guys... One of my favorite trout haunts happens to also hold steelhead. I saw one cruising through a deep pool this past weekend, and had both my #5 and #8 rods with me, but had no idea how to fish for this guy. The problem is that the pool has a big whirlpool current around it. Nearest to the bank, the water is actually moving "upstream." Further out, it's heading in the opposite direction. Also, because the pool is deep, the speed of the current there is fairly slow. How the heck to you fish a pool like this? I'm also curious to know if there would be a different method for summer vs. winter steel. With my limited skill, properly skating a fly through there doesn't seem possible, and it doesn't seem a dead drift would draw the aggressive reaction these guys are so well-known for. What to do! I would love to hear your advice.