Finally got a chance to go scout out some South Sound beaches. My first spot was extremely disappointing and the second, well, I didn't even get out of the car. Not good looking beaches, at least at today's levels. I decided to swing by one other beach before calling it quits. Water looked much better here, but still a bit sandy. I walked over to one end and found nothing worth fishing. I waked out toward the inlet of a cove and even though it was all sand, I decided to make a few casts at the small channel. Sure enough, a little rezzie went air born, and a cast later I hooked one. A few more casts and I needed to reposition to the other side. As I reeled in, I got a bite from a little guy that soon popped off. Went around to the other end and got two more nice rezzies. All fish came on a bugger type fly I was experimenting with. Looks like it works! Not the red hot SRC fishing I was hoping for, but sure was a great day to scope out some beaches and get in a little bit of that strip-strip-strip-BAM!