The opener that you speak of is for blackmouth. I've burned alot of gas both in the car and on the boat, spent alot of sleepless nights, talked to hoards of fishermen, and read through various boards coming to the conclusion that its a bust of a Coho year... again! From all the Sekiu reports most of the fish weren't being caught in the shipping lanes in the 600'+ of water, but rather in 150'-250' of water and only 1-2 miles out, but many of those fish were un-marked. It would make sense that those fish were heading our way, but where are they??? Its almost mid October, and still no stellar fishing reports. I'd love to be proven wrong, but Im going to switch gears and do some SRC fishing to make up for the lack luster salmon season. Feel free to PM me if I am wrong and anyone finds these fish, but with the closures of many of our waters from here to Hood Canal to harvest those much needed eggs indicates to me that not only am I right, but also the WDFW knows that something is up.