Hit the SS on Friday around 12:30pm. Water temp was 81. Wind out of the NE and fairly brisk. Water was much clearer. Even on low tide, water was high into the mangroves. Lost a small snook near a pass. Worked the flat and just nothing happening. No mullet activity. No bird activity. Very little fish movement other than a school of small jacks. Only strikes were from needle fish. Lost another small snook that spit my lure near another pass. The incoming has just not been productive for me as of late. I thought if I hang around till the outgoing and set up in the same spot where I did well the last time out, I can save the day. Still working the flat and close to high tide. Storms threaten and then it begins drizzling. I finally catch a short trout. Wind picks up and raining harder now. Boats scattered earlier. I decide to just suck it up, get soaked and keep fishing. A big thunder clap. OK fork this. I headed to the ramp. This was the worst day of sw fishing I have ever had. I have had poor results on the Full Moon before, but this was God awful. I will never fish the day of the full moon again.
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