Yes sir. 1st off, the beaches there can be excellent fishing for SRC and coho. If you go east you can fish the Dungeness, not great #s of fish
If you head west on the 112 you'll hit some prime little rivers - the Lyre, the Hoko and more - both of which will have SRC, and the Hoko will have coho
If you take the 101 and head west you'll cross the Sol Duc 5 times plus the hatchery, and then you will make it to Forks where you can hit the Bogachiel, the Calawah, the Hoh, etc
Something my wife and I learned this past Wednesday, if you decide to take the Port Townsend/Coupeville ferry boat, make a reservation. First come, first serve - not on this run; takes your chances, argh.
Always check the regulations. Marine areas 6 and 9 are closed to all salmon fishing. Sea-run coastal cutthroat trout fishing, and trout fishing in general, is open year-round in the marine waters. Lots of beach access in the Port Townsend area. Several lakes are nearby.
If you do a search here on this site, especially in the saltwater forum, for "Port Townsend," you'll find countless good suggestions.