I fished from 6:30 A - 8:00 A at Dash Point, from high tide to the first push of outgoing. I did not bring any fish to hand, but I did get one take on a pink clouser. I saw something bust a school of baitfish, and a couple of other rolls. The pier was very busy, I saw three fish caught there, one off the end, and two from near shore, these were fish that would have been within fly casting range. There were four other fly anglers on the beach over the time that I was there. One guy caught a wild silver (and bonked it) but that was it. I heard it had been a little more productive at Brown's Point, although I drove by on my way home and saw pretty shoulder-to-shoulder conditions. It was an awesome morning for fishing Puget Sound, the first day of cloudy weather in so long, what a blessing to have been able to get out and stand under that slate grey sky, casting a fly.