Finally got a day off work and the winds finally subsided for a bit. Its been blowing down here as of recent. Left Tavernier Creek at 7 am with the girlfriend and dog, headed out into the wild green and blue wander of Florida Bay. Hit some flats near Terrapin Bay and got on some quality fish. Should have slept in an extra hour or two and let the sun do its job, but I just couldn't do it. Fish started to move and eat later in the morning. It was quality over quantity today, 4 reds to 29", and 2 trout to 23" boated along with some other suspects.. Off the water by 1pm. Soft Plastics on spinning gear took all the fish today. We were up in the skinny skinny as usual and fish were skittish/sluggish early on however we did get some good eats. Had a couple shots on some monster trout in some super skinny water, love sight casting to those fish. Saw some black drum on the flats which I haven't encountered in this area of the bay. Also blew about 2 dozen snook out of a deep hole on the flat. They all were little guys but its good to see them surviving our mild winter. Other than that enjoyed getting out there on a day off from the new job. Hope to get back out this weekend if the winds cooperate. Tight lines!