Was out Sunday with buddy onboard. Fishing off the QA/North Arm/Iona area from 10:30-16:00. Started deeper and moved in to the shallows for calmer water and more manageable winds. Ended up hooking pinks pretty consistently throughout the day, but couldn't find any chinook. Around 14:00 we were following the 100ft contour line between North Arm and Iona jetty and the yacht High Pockets (72ft ABD trawler yacht) was motoring through the pack. Just off our side was a Double Eagle 206 hardtop and the yacht was on course to basically motor right over the DE's lines and swamp the boat. The guys on the DE yelled and waved and the yacht changed course. Total dick move by the yacht. The guys on the DE hooked and landed a decent chinook a few minutes later which must've felt good after the yacht encounter. That was the only chinook we saw landed. I was stoked to try cut plugging with large cured herring, trolled on a third rod with only an 8oz slip-weight. Hooked two fish with that rig! One was the most silver pink I've ever seen, and the second was another pink but we had a long-line release on that. Beautiful day on the water, but a touch disappointing after all the reports from earlier in the week about the crazy chinook fishing. Our timing just didn't work out. Oh well, that's fishing.