Didn't hit them all but did hit several...here is the report:
Byers: Fish are in...saw silvers/pinks mixed and running upstream
Troublesome: Water is low and fish are in.
Sunshine: Plugged with fish...no problem with limit here. Threw green Mepps #4 at first light. Action tapered off and people showed up after 0700. Total silvers caught: 12
Montana: Lots of pinks/chum caught one day, less fish caught the next as water went down. Both days saw Montana Creek water nice and clear. Most productive lure was pink #5 Mepps. Totals: Pinks/chums, 50ish; Silvers, 3.
Sheep: Sporadic action...water a little muddier than ususal. Limits of silvers being taken. Lots of folks drifting roe. Reported productive lures were #5 Blue Vibrax. I didn't catch a thing on one...switched to mepps and caught fish. Totals for one hour fishing: 4 Chum, 2 Silvers.
Goose: Plugged with pinks and a few chums mixed in. Walked all the way to the mouth. Caught fish at the rocks, the gravel bar, and the mouth. BEWARE OF BEARS...had a salmon head that was very obviously forceably removed appear in the trail on the way out...it wasn't there on the way in. Kept my hand on my 329PD for a while...Caught fish on mepps #4 and drifting flies russian river style. Totals: pinks, 20ish, chum 6.
Caswell: What a blast! This is a serious morning fishery, tho. Action tapers off after 0800 for sure...becomes sporadic. Fished two mornings 0430 - 0800 and cleaned house. Fish started biting at about 0515 both days. Lure of choice was #4 Mepps green with silver blade. Teenage fella fishing beside us threw everything he had in the box and we outcaught him 10 to 1....felt kinda bad and offered him our spot/lures. He finally caught his fish. The blue vibrax wasn't working so hot but it did catch him one. Other day same thing...others would catch a few but not at the rate of the #4 Mepps, even after we traded spots with folks just trying to get a limit. The "magic spot" seemed to be wherever we threw our lures. Totals: Silvers, 27.
Tired...had a blast tho. Met some nice people and some extremely rude ones at Montana that parked themselves EXACTLY where we were casting...I've been corked before but that took the prize. We were forced out of our productive spot after it was ruined by people STANDING IN IT.
We also picked up several bags of trash over the duration of the trip...bring a bag in with you and pack out some garbage. Like some have pointed out in another thread, it's pretty obvious that I'm military and I'm sure that folks witnessed "some military guys" picking up trash at various locations. This military guy is a born and raised Alaskan as well...
Good luck, fish are in throughout the valley!