JoshZarling, me, and another friend of ours, Travis, hit Hood Canal yesterday and today. And though it was not as consistent as when we were out two weeks ago when Josh and I landed ten fish, it still had its perks, the first being that we only caught one fish less than 14 inches. Travis, a guy who has never picked up a fly rod, catches the first and smallest fish on the day maybe only 12 or 13 inches. But later in the day it got better for Travis, when he landed a SRC that we measured at 21.5 inches. When Travis hooked this cutt I thought that he had bottom, because the fish had a seven weight bent over good. Now this cutt did not take to the air like most, but instead sunk to the bottom and stayed. After some time and team work we were able to get him in the net. Josh has a photo that I hope he will post soon. Now, I do have to say that I am still a little jealous, but my day was good as well. Four to hand with one measured at 19 inches but skinny for being that long. This was the biggest cutt I have ever brought to hand. Now Josh, who only brought two to hand, but he was focusing on driving, landed one that measured 18 and thick. If I am correct, it was the largest he had ever landed. The weather turned in the middle of the afternoon and cut short our outing. We tried again today, but had few bites and I only had one small silver to hand. It was bright today with gin clear water but there was a lot of seaweed making it difficult at times. Still, the whole weekend was a blast and hopefully Josh can get those pictures up soon.