Went out Friday too avoid arts festival BS, it also turned out to be the perfect weather window. Slightly overcast, slight breeze.
Spanish were thick on Seahorse, trolled jigs outdid spoons, (as seems to be usual for us), fish were good size for spring, no real big ones but plenty over 20" at the fork. Got about 10 before slack low tide and had to wait about an hour for them to turn back on. Oddly saw no schools of bait, and no kings. A few ladyfish and blue runners were caught too.
Left them biting around 2:30, ended up with 21 fish, we could have stayed out and caught plenty more but that was more than enough.
But if that's your thing, they'd probably work.
They're generally fairly cheap, and if you tie good knots and use a wire trace you can get through the day only using 2 or 3 if the bite is hot.
Many things to do.
Knots to be unraveled
'fore the darkness falls on you