I'll be heading up to Camano Island a couple of times over the next couple of months. Two years ago I was up there on Port Susan Bay and there were pinks rolling and jumping all over the place. I hadn't done any advanced planning, so probably lacked the right flies and sure didn't know the right technique. I got some follows on black clousers, if I recall correctly, but couldn't get anything to bite. I know pink flies are the ticket in freshwater, but what kind of flies should I be fishing in saltwater, and how? A fellow at one of the local shops suggested casting small euphasid patterns on a full sink intermediate and just letting it sink. Any suggestions for a saltwater pink angling newbie? (I have access to a boat, which is how I went after them the last time. It lacks a motor but I could row to where the fish were thick.) Thanks in advance. P.S. Any predictions on when pinks will start showing in that area?