I don't think the springers will start showing up (at least in numbers) for another couple weeks. Seems as though the coastal rivers take a bit longer for the fish to head up. However, the trask and wilson are starting to show some fish.
Fished it Monday w/ a well-known guide who just happens to be a member of this board. Didn't see any springers, but went 3 for 4 on the steelhead. 2 Sea lice summers and 2 worn-out winters.(one of the summers was just too hot to handle and threw the hook on about the 10th double front flip) Had a great time, got a little too much sun. Word of caution, river is lowwwwwww.... plan on scraping at a few spots. Good luck!
The coastal rivers? Speaking of the coastal rivers, I fished for 12 hours yesterday solid and did not hook up once. The Wilson and the Trask are both very clear and I could see to the bottom of most pools and I did not see one fish (salmon or steelhead) in the lower or upper part of the rivers. I've heard the runs are later (june and even into july) but I've also heard that the amount of fish running in the spring is dismal compared to the fall. I'm getting a little frustrated not catching or seeing fish in the river.