Did some more fishing at the Mosseyrock Dam fishing area, off of Highway 12. It was overcast and raining later. Not much wind. The fishing calendar rated it a poor day. The water level is filled up to capacity. I got there at 7:00 in the evening. There were three other people fishing there.
I caught one silver (land-locked Coho.) I was just using worms for bait, about 6 feet down. The bite was pretty consistent during my whole time there. They were lots of fish jumping.
Before it started to rain, I could watch them go after the worms. Some would bite on the tip of a worm and shake it side to side, trying to strip the worm off the hook. Smart little buggers. I thought that maybe if I tried a small portion of a worm, then the fish would have to swallow it whole. I was just getting small silvers though. I've got some ideas to try for next time anyway.
Had fun, got soaked though.