Attempted to fish the Suiattle. Yes, I stress the first word of the first sentence. "Attempted." It certainly was at the wrong time (afternoon) of a rather hot day (this last Sunday). Of course, the river was milky with glacier rock flour, though the flow wasn't that unreasonable for fishing. Despite the lack of fish success, I was surprised to see some very large mayfly nymphs and even what I think were yellow--and these were solid yellow--sallie stonefly nymphs. I tried to take pictures of these, but I managed to muff the attempt. Despite my lack of fish, the river was a wonder to behold. Definitely, I will have to revisit this location that Margaret and I found. I think that either waiting for a hatch or returning when it's colder up high and the glacier isn't melting off hard would yield more productive fishing. Either that or tossing black and chartreuse nymphs might help. Any of you ever fish the Suiattle with success? What were the conditions like?