On arriving at the fishery the water was at full load ( about six feet above normal level ) so i started spinning with a 20gr black/silver flying " C ", half way through reeling in my first cast i hit my first salmon. I brought in the fish quickly and released it and on reeling in my third cast i hit a smaller fish of about seven pounds which was also released. I always fish upstream with flying "C's " because you cover lies better and hook-ups are fast and furious, also you can get the spinner down faster to where the fish are. I see alot of anglers spinning down stream and across and you can see the spinner running high in the water column, not good for hooking up with spring fish. The last two fish were caught about half an hour after the second salmon just before the water level dropped. As the water level was dropping i moved down stream to try Beat 3 & 4 with the fly but whatever fish were there moved back into the lower pools due to the sudden drop in water height. Still not bad fishing for a short evening session.