Ran out front and continued with the Spook Jr and followed a shoreline around back to a flat with a couple of creeks running out onto it. In the past I had been fishing right up into the creeks rather than the flat in front of the creek mouth so this time I cast onto the flat about 10 yards in front of the mouth and hooked up immediately. A 24" redfish and I wrestled for a few minutes before I put him in the cooler. Followed the shore around for a bit, by this time I had given up on the Spook and switched out to a Yozuri flat crank 'cause the water was so high. I got bit again but failed to set the hook and lost the redfish about 5 seconds into the battle.
The water was pretty high, high by now so I ran into the back again. Fished for about an hour with only a snapper to show for my efforts.
Back at the ramp by 1100. Tide had turned and was working against the wind so it was a little bumpy in the pass. I know, I know, a pretty weak report but there it is AND I had redfish for dinner:grin
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