Sunday, the weather was perfect, flat and calm. Early morning, incoming tide, and the reds were hungry. In the area that I hit first, I could see the reds chasing shrimp. The shrimp were jumping out of the water while a 'torpedo' was chasing close behind. I was catching one red after another, hands were shaking while having to re-rig, trying to get the lines out as quickly as possible. After a short while, they were gone. Probably moved on up into the grass. I followed by couldn't get them interested. Kept one 21" for dinner, the rest released. All of them were similarly sized. Live shrimp on the bottom with a Carolina rig. After that, moved on to other spots in the area but had no luck the rest of the day.
Great report and catching! Keep it up!
"Another poon dream splintered on the rocks of reality." --Peepod 07-25-2017