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Wollyworm,
I caught silvers on the fly all summer long off lincolm park. You don't need to cast out far at all. I caught some nice 5lb silvers that took out .75 of my backing and looked like they were headed for vashon when they took my line. It was such a blast I went there every morning before work.

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They will take on either tides just as long as the tides were moving. It seemed they would patrol the beaches every hour or so on a moving tide looking for wounded baitfish. They will hammer your flies. I always used Chartreuse Flies in a number of different forms. The unified standard is the clouser minnow. I has beaded eyes to help it sink and gives it a jigging motion when stripped. Just be careful when the tide is out on the steep beach with your back cast - you can damage a alot of flies this way.

I found most of my success just off the north side of the swimming pool.

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