Or it could be that when they were there, there were no fish. Seems like a viable option.
By the way, I took this yesterday at Bonnie Lure.
First, for those who have never been there outside of Coho season, here is what it looks like. Shocker right? I mean you can actually see the rocks on the bank, or walk without getting tangled in fishing line.
Now here's one of the water under the bridge. I know I know, I need a polarized lens or whatever.
And finally one from on top of the bridge, right down into the hole.
Point is, if "the coho were there", there would be people lining the bank, and you would see fish in the crappy pictures of bridge hole.
I think its safe to say, that when guys ask; "are the coho there", or when they say; "the coho arent there", they arent talking about 1-2 pods of native up river Coho. Mebbe Im just speaking for myself.