and just for the record on the salmon...
chinook - CLOSED to fishing
Pinks - CLOSED to fishing
There is no salmon hatchery, so all salmon are wild, unless they happen to stray from the sky or something.
If trout is the target, look into the coastal cutthroat (sea run cutthroat). They can be fun on light tackle. Remember the single barbless and no bait rules for much of the year (selective fishery rules). Just be careful as many of the 'trout' people catch are juvinile steelhead and salmon that can be quick to strike flies, spinners, etc. Personally, if I really want trout, I focus on waters, time of year, and techniques that help me avoid the young salmon and steelhead and focus on the SRCs. If I find I can't avoid the little buggers, I just stop, or perhaps switch to targeting steelhead or salmon. And if I still have an itching for trout, I'll head up the the N, S, or Middle forks and get my fill up there. Or head over to the Cedar when open or even a local lake (Pine, Beaver, Rattlesnake, etc).