Tomorrow morning is the last chance for local smelt dippers to get out there, and if there indicators can be believed, they may have some success. Fish and Wildlife officials say that the prospects are “fair to good” for tomorrow morning, with large amounts of smelt just downstream of the Cowlitz River mouth. Seabird activity is picking up on the river, indicating that some of those fish are moving upstream. Dipping will be allowed from 6 am until noon on Saturday, with a ten-pound limit per person. No license is required.