The morning of August 27 dawned sunny and flat calm morning on Cape Edgecumbe. There was a decent bite going on for big silvers with the odd king mixed in. Captain Ryan Refshaw’s boat “Skute” was participating in the action and went over a school of salmon. They got four bites and two stayed on. Captain Ryan thought both fish were kings until Jenny Olson’s came to the surface. Her brother Jake Bohnsack, former AU deckhand, saw the fish and went into coaching mode. He continued instructing until Jenny brought the fish close enough for brother Jake to net it. Jenny’s 20 pound silver garnered more attention than the 18 pound king that was landed immediately afterward. Big silvers have been the rule through much of the 2010 season, but 20 pounds remains “rare air” for coho.