My son-in-law and I arrived at the mouth and were fishing about 7am. The only action on the water were the seals & sealions. I had the pleasure to meet fellow OFF members Monty and Dun. We chucked spinners till noon with no success today. We saw 2 fish picked up by the small smattering of boats and a guy picked up a nice chinook about 15lbs below us. All 3 fish were caught around 11:30. The attached picture is of the days recipient of the GOLDEN JACKWAGON award. This guy came cruising through everyone's casting water headed to the mouth at the bottom end of low tide. He proceeded to get stuck in front of the guys below us. After throwing a good roostertail and churning up the hole he charged back up river through our casting lane again, only to high center himself. When we left he had been there for over an hour. The sheriff in his boat checked that he was okay and told him he had about another 2 hour wait. There was a whole lot of "serves you right" thrown his way by the bankies. The 25lb dog in the picture gives you an idea of how shallow that area is. A couple of guide boats came through the area we were fishing, but they were courteous and slow motored to keep the wake and disturbance down. I do not make it a point to laugh at someones misfortune, but in this instance it seemed he was given a dose of karma.