I am hoping someone has knowledge to share about their experience with the out migration of SRC from the Skagit, Stilly or Snohomish river systems. Its my understanding that sea-runs start an out migration from spawning rivers along with the salmon fry, and hang out around the estuaries fattening up before spreading out in the sound: my question is when does the out migration normally occur? In this abnormal year for precipitation, does anybody have an idea what impact the absence of February rains might have on the timing of SRC out migration? With the sun shining and all as of late my mind seems to be focusing on future prospects, including hitting the Sea run cutties again in the salt. Any thoughts on the matter is appreciated.