At this time of the year, stay downstream of Rt20. Look at Elk Creek. It gets a lot of fish and is the biggest stream on the west side so there is some room to spread out. Watch the weather stations up there. Try to go 1 day after a good rain. Use single eggs on light line. Or, if you can buy fresh skein up there, cut off a salmon egg sized piece. A good drift is everything. Don't concentrate on the holes where everyone is standing. On Elk, there will be fish holding in spots that many walk past. If you find a fish or two holding in fast water, you have an excellent chance of yanking them out. Fish holding in current are much more aggressive.
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