Bad coho return so far, but there are some dark springers (not edible any longer), and some dark summer steelhead that have been biting well.
I would personally fish somewhere like barton ( anywhere you can get to mid river, but downstream of EC) so that you have the largest chance of catching coho as possible. They are simply the best table fare in the river currently.
The Summer steelhead have been in the river for months, and unlike the salmon are still digesting and "living" rather than being on a mission to spawn before deteriorating. Since the steelhead are in "trout" mode, they will eat anything that looks loke food or catches their interest. With this rain, an unpressured/harrassed steelhead will jump on a nightcrawler like you wouldnt believe.
I noticed you mentioning gear fishermen as a seperation point. If you are fly fishing, black, brown, dark red and buggy for steelhead is where I would start- and ugly and pink, green, red, for the coho.
I like to "cheat" with a fly rod, and swing dick nites. Cheating to the purists, but works pretty well for me.