I've been able to get out a couple times a week in the last month or so. Both trolling and fly fishing but the King fishing down in 11/13 has been very poor this year so I grabbed the bug rod and went after SRC. Last night I went down to a local beech that no one else ever fishes and there was barely any water moving and it was calm. After casting for 30 minutes and I was about to head out. Looking down the beach about 25 feet away a Chinook rolls. I saw its' head and body, 100% sure. Not even a full cast away. Since I was fishing SRC I had a clouser on a size 6 hook. Generally that works well and won't destroy the SRC. Here is the problem/dilemma. Do I change flys and put on a salmon fly with a size 1 stinger or cast the current fly to at least cast where the fish should be? Well, I put the cast right where I wanted and 3 strips and got hit. I was prepared and got a good strip set. Got one head shake and got he tail out of the water and then gone. Pretty sure my issue was too small of a hook for the size of the fish. Now looking back. I probably should have swapped flies quickly at least that would have given me a fighting chance. Now my question is would you cast the same fly and take chances or would you swap to a salmon fly?