Thanks for asking, Terry.
The trip was excellent. Let's just say we started it off right at the Glenlyon with you, and continued along the wayward path for the rest of the weekend.
The fishing was fantastic. We were only allowed to bring home 4 coho each, and now my freezer is nicely stocked with 4 of them ranging from 8 to 13 pounds. I have never seen coho so plentiful. They were literally boiling all around us at the head of Seymour Inlet.
After catching our limit, we continued to hammer them for the rest of the weekend and just catch and released them. When that got boring, we would empty the crab traps and feast on massive dungeness crab.
Also went quadding up the river for an afternoon, bypassing many a pile of grizzly bear pies along the way. And when that got dull, Chad took us out for a high speed tour of the inlet in his 454 powered Donzi. It's fun jumping waves at 60 mph.
Got home late last night after the 3 hour boat ride and 5 hour car ride. I wasn't up late. It was good meeting with you Terry. That is one beautiful Chevelle you have. Although hard on gas from what I hear.
Anyone interested in some first class charters, this is the guy you want to go with http://www.wildlifecharters.com/
The fishing is great, the people are excellent, and the food is out of this world. I'll post some pic's later when I get home from work.