In our opinion, the most glorious time of the year. So many things to do. Winter preperations, hunting, and fishing. When Autumn arrives the fish are plentiful. Big, aggressive fish. Fall Chinook are larger and sport big power, and generally very willing biters. Starting in late August or early September. Fall fish arrive at nearly the same time the leaves begin to change. In the early season, we fish down river in tide Water. We move from place to place, and pattern where we are, by tide, as well as where the fish seem to be. As the season changes and we see the fall rains, we gravitate toward the river. Heading upstream to the rivers themselves, and fish from drift boats. Usually this happens around the end of October. Once we hit the river itself, we will remain on the hunt until seasons end. Typically the wet weather blows out the river for an extended time around the first week of December. There have been some exceptions in the past. Occasionally, the fish either arrive early, remain late, and sometimes both. We primarily bobber fish for Fall Chinook. Both in tide, and the river as well. We have worked for many years perfecting our techniques. Unique egg cures, unusual bobber rig set ups, and a bunch of research and development. We also continue looking for gear and products that give us a distinct advantage. Many consider us to be some of the very best bobber and bait fishermen around. We take that personally, and still continue to improve, be the very best, and most successful boats on the water. There truely is something about watching a bobber takedown. It is always fun and impressive. Especially when the stars seem to align and the action is continuous. With the change of the seasons, Bobber fishing for Fall Chinook is our quarry. The busiest time of the year for us, and we would`nt have it any other way.