Saturday I got a late start with my dad and uncle around 11 and headed to the Whistle. We found conditions to of changed there, with the shortbellies moved inshore at 45-60ft of water and squid balls outside of the buoy. We didn't meter any concentrations of salmon and left about 2 hours later and headed to McClures. Dropped in and found massive squid marks but didn't get hit. The squid was so thick our lines would come up with 20-30 squid pinned on them. We trolled 10 mile for a few hours for nothing then came back up to the whistle for nothing. Stripped kitty! Sunday I ran out with 3 college buddies straight down to McClures and was surprised by a parade of boats already on their way down there. We dropped in at 0700 and immediately boxed a 17lber and had a tail hooked 25lb class fish snap the line under the flasher. I replaced the hoochie with a commercial spoon from OPS right after to give me time to re-rig and 3 fish back to back to back jump on the spoon. Within an hour we have 4 fish in the box. The bite slowed down a bit but we put 2 more fish in the box within the next hour and a half with a possibly legal fish I shook off in the water, drive by and a LDR. The bite slowed shut off for us after that so we left at 11 to go to chase some bottom fish. All those fish were between 17-24lbs. Purple haze hoochies behind slingblades and hot spots were hot again, as well as chrome commercial spoons. Hot OTW was 50ft. From what I saw this was a completely different school of fish from whats been hanging around bodega lately. These were very long, lean fish as the 24lber was 37inches long. All the salmon I had been catching in bodega lately had been SUPER fat and very heavy for their length, therefore I think those whistle fish have moved north, while a new school is making its way up from the south. All the fish were stuffed with squid as well. I also saw the new salmon queen working a bit south of the fleet...long run Shim!