Fished the last three hours of an incoming tide yesterday by boat. Had one brief hook up near a tide rip in about 60 feet of water while using a chartreuse/white closer. Lots of guys fishing from the beach, so I moved in shallow and fished along a stretch of beach that was empty. Threw Leland's popper for awhile, and did not see any follows, but that is sure a fun way to fish. Saw another couple of boats fishing deep with gear, so I moved out to 150-200 feet of water. Was marking fish from 30 to 60 feet deep, and saw one of the other boats land a nice coho. Went to a fast sinking line and fished the closer, trying to let it get down as deep as possible and then strip back up threw the fish. No luck on that idea either, but a great day to be on the water.