Didn't get a real early start because we knew the wind would be cranking, and it was when we got there about 10. Went out and dorked around on the flats for about 30 minutes, caught a few trout, and we noticed the wind was quickly dying and we knew we'd have a window to get to Seahorse reef. Got out there on pretty much dead low tide, started trolling and it was on. Mostly smaller spring-run fish but there were a few over 20" mixed in, and the bigger ones definitely preferred the clarkspoons to jigs. hits were fast and furious, many doubles and even triples, and several times we just stopped trolling and cast our lures. Around 2:30 all of the tackle we had pre-rigged the night before (much easier this way) was either gone or shredded and none of us felt the need to wire up any more, so we left them biting and rode in on glass. Final count was 37, we meant to stop at 30 but forgot to count. We could have easily filled our 3 man limit had we wanted to.