Has anybody used their float tube in the saltwater before ? I have done it once in Quilcene bay, but I was wondering if other people have done it and what their experience was, especially concerning tides. Quilcene bay is fairly quiet and with the wind interacting against the tide I was in pretty good shape and could go anywhere I wanted. It just took some time. I was thinking of heading out to Fox Island for some resident Coho action, but I am boatless tomorrow. So I was thinking: either my fat cat float tube or my inflatable kayak, which is not as nice to fish out of. And since it will invovle a lot of stripping in line, I prefer the fat cat. So am I crazy for wanting to do this ? I definetly have studied the tide grpahs as well as current velocities. Check out this cool site: http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/eap/spasm/spasm_results_skip.html What about Marine mammals ? Has anbody ever heard of somebodys legs being mistaken for a big fish by some hungry seal? Am I just paranoid ? Tell me about your experience ! Thanks, Florian P.s. If somebody is taking their boat out for some resident coho fishing tomorrow and has room. I am more than willing to ditch my crazy idea and jump in your boat ! Although the idea is intriguing to me.... In the same respect if somebody is crazy enough to come out with their float tube tomorrow and wants to join this adventure let me know as well.