Stiff easterly winds had blown a lot of the water out of the west coast, but a shift from the south actually brought water in during low tide. Once the tide did shift and got a bit higher the fish were anxious to feed. Caught some in the morning but was rewarded by
this 30" as my last fish of the day. Big trout are on the flats not far from the reds and if you're in mullet you're in fish. The snook were put off by the 69 degree temps in the morn but made up for it later in the day with more water and temps to 72.