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Not many reports lately so thought I would liven things up. Went to Case Inlet Sunday morning and put in my kayak at about 0700. High tide in the 14ft range at 0500 or so. Fished near an estuary (approx 1 mile) and immediately started seeing jumpers in areas of visible current in about 4ft out to 8 ft of water. Tried two variations of salmin fry in two different sizes, miniceiver, olive over white clouser. Only one tug in about 4 to 6 ft of water. Wind really picked up by 0900 and did not want to beach and switch to a floating line and surface flies. Got beat by the elements and laziness. Interesting note - always wondered if SRC could be found in the rips out toward the middle of the channel. The answer is (possibly) yes, saw a large SRC jump well out in the channel (assuming it was SRC as I have not seen any resident coho in Case Inlet this year). Too far out in rough water so did not venture out. The plan is to head out again Thursday morning with my floating line and surface flies.