Took yesterday off and launched the boat around noon to catch the incoming tide. The southerly filled in shortly after, which made trying to stand up in my little 8' aluminum dingy a bit interesting. Rigged my five weight with a type II sinker and a two fly setup and was into a nice silver on my first cast just down the beach. Further down the beach a few minutes later and I was thick into a nice school of silvers. Wind and current made positioning the boat a bit more difficult than usual, but both swinging and stripping flies from the anchored boat worked well. Made my way back just as the sun was setting. Another great day on the water. Didn't see any cutthroat, but it looks like it's going to be another good year for silvers!