Hi There, I dropped in to a tiny South-Sound stream last night, hoping that recent rains had possibly pumped in some SRCs. Instead I was surprised to discover lots of large salmon wriggling through the shallow runs and riffles. I felt like I was in the middle of a Discovery Channel documentary, watching 10-plus-pound coho and chum thrashing their way upstream in a 3-inch deep riffle! Anyway, the fish were very dark, and looked like they were mere days away from becoming streamside fertilizer or bald-eagle buffets. From what I could discern from the reg pamphlet, the season on this little trickle of stream is open for salmon this time of year-although I didn't see anyone else fishing it. I haven't done much freshwater salmon fishing, and was just wondering about the ethics. Would any of you fish for salmon in conditions like these? Thanks for input!