Maybe this is a retarded question but I am going to ask it anyways. I know that Kings are considered superior to Steelhead when it comes to holding water but how about pinks, coho, and chum? I couldnt help but notice that almost all of what i have considered steelhead holding water some designated that by me and other intel that guides and friends have shown me seemed to not be to productive the last month since the slimers moved in. I hooked pinks while swinging through the boulders sections that i normally fished for chromers. I even went to bobber fishing with a big bright pink stonefly and an egg dropper behind where the pinks were schooled up. I also noticed the pinks holding in anything from deep slow slots to 2-4 feet walking pace currents. do pinks have superiority in holding water? also do steelhead tend to sit behind the redds and gulp egg roe like i suspect they would? Perhaps the chromers moved way high into the systems because they hate pink slimers too? Salmo? Rolf? anyone have some of the great knowledge they would like to share with me or the forum?