Well, why not a "follow-up" from my report from yesterday. You guys sitting around the office are bored anyway or working your butt off right? I'll make this short. I decided to roll out of bed at 3:45 AM to hit the beach before sun-up. I actually made it! I met Steve and Chris on the beach at about the same time. Since I haven't taken a nap yet today, not sure if I can remember the details. I used the Popper once again since it was so fun yesterday. Not as many fish around this morning. I rose a fish early on and missed the strike by setting too quickly, but still a rush on the quiet morning waters with no one around. I think I had a few other follows in the first hour and a half. I can't remember how Steve and Chris did early on nearby. I decided to wander on down the beach about a half mile and give it a try. It wasn't too long after low tide that I hooked up with a nice fish. Just awesome in those still waters of the morning, kinda like an attack out of no where, and the water explodes or bulges behind your popper and your heart pumps quickly immediately. The fish took well and I setup. It felt secure. The coho jumped 3 times in succession and said, "Bye bye sucka". It jumped very close by and I got a good look at a nice fish that looked a good 6 pounds. Shortly thereafter I rose another fish but again missed the take. I'm still working on that strip-set, but sometimes you just don't hook up. Steve and Chris joined me from down the beach. I think I had a couple bulges behind my fly and then finally hooked up again. I landed a nice fish of maybe 4 lbs. He didn't fight well, but then when I landed him I discovered what looked like a recent injury near it's eye. I think Steve and Chris hooked up and maybe lost several fish, but I know they landed at least two. They may report in with the details. I was concentrating too much on the popper and minding my own business. So, I lost track of how many fish I provoked to the surface, but it was decent, but not as much as yesterday. Still exciting morning tho. I think a good number of fish moved on through. We went to another beach before I headed home and I hooked up and played a fish for about 30 seconds that also said "bye bye". I know Steve landed at least one there. Nap time.