Guys, I'm looking for some advice on catching silvers. My wife and I save up all year to get up to Alaska (from Florida). What started off three years ago as a "trip of a lifetime" has turned into our yearly vacation, and a passion, and here we are on our third year. We've done the Russian, and fished the Kenai in Soldotna for reds, but we're hoping to get into some silvers this year. I've done a lot of reading on-line, trying to avoid bombarding the forum, but it's coming down to crunch time, and all the info I've found is so vague..."silver salmon are aggressive feeders and highly acrobatic when hooked..." So here I am, looking for you guys to hold my hand along the way if you will. Questions: will they be pushing up the river in hoards like the reds on the edges of the rivers in knee deep water, or scattered throughout? Will I be casting out into the middle of the Kenai for them? Am I sticking to the mouths of rivers at incoming tide? We'll be on the KP from 8/10 through 8/24. We plan on hitting Seward and Homer and anything and everything in between. I thank you profusely for your help guys, and sorry for the long read.