My audio companionship has varied greatly over the last few weeks: Mike and Mike, King Tubby, Mariners games, playoff basketball and hockey, but the most dominant form of road music has been the first few summer shows from Phish. They are killing it. Here is a sample: Phish-Possum 5/27/11 In a usually tough month to find fish, things have been relatively good so far in June. Salt has kicked into gear and we have had some banner days, but shows it's usually fickle self from time to time. I think the best bet is getting out at sunrise when a 10-12 foot ebb starts between 3 and 4 AM. That's been the best action for me so far. Outside of that it is inconsistent. There are a few places where we have seen consistently decent fishing at dead low tides too, but best to pick your day when the early tide is perfect, and fish creeks the other days. Also with the Sky so high with snowmelt we are starting to hit the Cowlitz for summer steelhead shortly. Report to come from down there and possibly the Yakima next week. For now: nice cutt from the other day, caught during a low-tide frenzy.