My beach season for silver salmon is pretty much done due to a river coho appointment next weekend, undone house chores, and the coming stormy weather. This weekend was going to be the final expedition, but maybe I can squeeze in one more morning if the weather and tides allow. Chrome October beach coho were around prior to this most recent weather front that's rolling through. Thanks to everyone on the board who made this another great salmon season, especially Stonefish, Wolverine, Troutrageous, Blake, SciGuy, MtSkiBum, Nick Clayton, GoFish, DryFlyLarry, GT, and many others who shared reports and fly patterns. I also made some new gear/bait fishing friends this year and many of them are really amazingly experienced & skilled fishermen (cheaters all the same). The beaches were crowded this year, but it actually helped me to learn reading currents better and to change up my fishing routine. Spending a week at salmon camp with friends was the highlight of my summer and I enjoyed watching many silvers get hooked and landed. Now I just need to spend more time at the tying bench so I can nail more of those nippy coho!