I decided to go warm up the casting arm on the last few hours or less of the ebb today. I stopped at a favorite little stretch of beach I like to fish on occasion. As usual, I put on my Popsicle Stick but with an epoxy head this time. Fishing was a little slow, but I managed a small cutt of 10-11". Then I missed a couple of hits. Moved down the beach a bit. Picked up the speed on my retrieve and nailed a nice little coho to my surprise. Shortly after that another was on and came unbuttoned. So, I proceeded to work the beach, speed up my retrieve, and keep plugging away. I came to a nice point of land located there and landed a 12" cutt ,missed a number of hits with the fast retrieve. Lost another coho. Landed another cutt of 13-14". I kept getting good follows and missed a number of fish. About 30 minutes before the tide died, I had a tremendous slam with the fish breaking the surface on my fly. He not only smashed it, but popped my 4x. I got a glimpse of the body thru the foam he/she left on the surface. It was a "good" fish for sure. I'm not sure if it was a cutt or a coho, but whatever, he's got a sore lip. I don't remember the last time I broke a fish on the "take" in the salt. It was a nice day. I normally don't strip fast for cutts, but they seemed to like it today also.