This question has been asked and answered countless times on this BB; answered very thoroughly, I might add. Look in the archives and you'll find a lot of information. Also, check local fishing shops. Most of the staffers will be knowledgable on our coastal cutthroat. As for hotspots, one thing most veteran sea-run cutthroat (or coastal cuthroat, but please, not SRCs) fishers will tell you is, that they move around a lot. We all spend a good deal of time looking for them.
I was thinking somewhere just north of Olympia over on the west side. I have fished up in that area before as far up as the Dosewallips. I have a pontoon boat I was thinking might be good. And sorry if I said it the wrong way! didn't mean to offend. I should have thought of doing a search, I forgot to think about that. So it's coastal cutthroats from now on, thanks for correcting me!
Stephen, Ya there? Check your pms! Wind is now forecast to be 20 - 30 knots from the South. Pretty heavy breeze. I'm getting off the net now so my phone is accessable. If I don't hear from you, I'll be there at the ramp and then we'll have to figure out a "plan B" if the conditions are too insane.