Arrived in Riggins Idaho about 7pm Saturday and did some non-stop casting yarn and ended up landing one at 9:40pm, 20 min. before fishing hours close for the day, 27.5 inches, a tad shy of average. Limit is one adult 24 inches and over and 3 jacks (juveniles under 24 inches) a day, must stop fishing once an adult is killed. Spent the night in my truck and was up and at em at 5:30am. Cast yarn all day until my entire body hurt, then BAM, landed a jack at 5:50 pm and then a above average 32 inch adult at 6:00 pm. Celebrated with a couple buddies, who tagged out earlier, and a beer. Clean fish, put on ice, and make the 3+ hour drive home to fillet and vacuum seal. Made the jack into 4 nice sized salmon burgers tonight, excellent! Pretty slow fishing (as it has been the past several years) but was happy to tag out 2 days in a row and a bonus jack to boot. 18 pounds of fresh salmon fillets in the freezer is a nice sight!