Most of the fish at the high slack tide were closer in as they scoot into the Fraser to make use of the slow to non-existent current. So a good strategy is to follow the 130 to 150 foot contour depth and mix up the depths of your hootchies. One in the upper 40 feet and another at 60 to 80 feet. If you can spool out a third and fourth rod, set it up with a large spoon. There were some good runs of Chinook coming in. West Van shoreline produced some nice coho and the black and white hootchie did well.