I spent this past Fri/Sat/Sun out on the OP. With water levels being so low it made for some real challenging and interesting fishing, we had to think outside the box. I spent Sunday fishing pockets of frogwater for laid up summer steelhead. We used floating lines, long leaders, and softhackles. The fish were very spooky, so you had to lead them by quite a ways. Once your fly slid into the zone, a couple twitches, slow strip, then a little faster, and if the fish was a player it would cruise over and swallow the fly. It was pretty fantastic to be able to sight fish for steelhead in a t-shirt, near Forks, on the last day of September. The other 2 days were spent chasing fresh kings and searuns. I'll submit a whole writeup of the trip in the "trip report" section later today. I just wanted to share the steelhead portion separately, since it was one of the more fun steelheading experiences I've had. Wanted to thank Jim Kerr for the awesome ideas. Pretty neat that he was able to point us in the right direction under such challenging conditions.