Put some bait together with clams, sidewinder crabs and a bit of gulp and gave it a shot on Saturday afternoon during the barely high-high tide. The conditions were calm and flat glassy with a small swell. Even the areas that once offered the cleanest water were murky and loaded with floating debris.
On one of my early casts I hooked into this nice barred perch using a combo of clam and sidewinder crab.
It was a long time between bites but I did have a chance to enjoy the sunset.
Just after dark the wind began to pick up pushing cold air offshore. On one of Ken’s last casts he hooked into this nice corbina using the 3inch Gulp! Camo sand worm. The Carolina rig with a 18” leader of fluorocarbon and a 3/8oz slider did the trick. After a nice fight, it was off the hook and freedom.
Got back to the car just in the nick of time to scrape off the ice and head home for a warm cocktail.