M00se's query on the Stilly Delta got me thinking about an outing I've cooked up but never realized. I always thought it would be interesting to launch the drift boat on the Nisqually at the ramp just upstream from I-5, spend the bottom of the ebb drifting the couple miles to the mouth, spend the flood poking around the outer edges of the delta, maybe a little into the mouth of McAllister Creek, then take out at the ramp at Luhr Beach. It seems like there'd be good opportunites for SRCs and maybe resident silvers out in the saltchuck (or migrators in the summer/fall). Anybody have any ideas? Fished the area before? Got any tips? In the spring, you'd have to keep the rods in the holders till you reached the salt, but would it be worth it once you got out there? After June 1, would it be worth it river or salt? I imagine the fall would be good for both. Any input will be appreciated.