Went out to the little su last night (monday). Water level is up a little bit due to the rain, but still seems a tad low for this time of year. Jets should have no problems going up or downstream though. Water clarity is so-so.
Walked downstream because my boat is out of commission for the time being. There weren't really that many people, of course this is probably due to it being Monday night. While standing in the stream I could see schools of silvers, reds and chums swimming up past me. Schools of 10-30 fish passing pretty regularly. I tried Vibrax, Pixies, and a simple corkie but couldn't entice them into biting. I was out for about 2 hours and saw several fish caught below me and several caught above me. I was probably just in a bad spot but I'm not the type to go elbowing people in the good spots
Talked with a gentleman there who said there was a grizz there sunday, eating fish carcasses. He also said the previous day he was having no trouble getting the fish to bite. I'm guessing the decrease in water clarity has something to do with this.
On the way out the board at the ranger station said 87 caught that day, 67 the previous day (silvers). Also 6 reds and 4 chums. Fishing is open 24 hours right now as well!
I might go back out there tonight, or perhaps to Willow. Will report what I see.