Fess up Marty! :wink: I know for a fact that you were about the only boat out there Sunday that had any success. :grin: Waived at you from a friend's black Asaltor, but with all the wind and being bundled up, I don't think you recognized who it was. Nothing like very few fish, fog, and howling wind to make a morning of fishing not that much fun.
Just for kicks I trolled the hour bracketing each side of high tide Saturday at the Oyster House. 3 trailers in the lot all fishing out in the lower bay. I was the only one trolling the upper bay during that time, lots of seaweed on the incoming and so much wind that it was unbearable after a couple of hours of fighting it. Tim Jaurez came in from the lower bay with a full boat of customers but I don't know how they did. Still pretty early but water temp was 61 degrees and there is a weather change on the horizon so there should be some early fish nosing into the upper bay. They are already nosing into the lower bay. Hope you find that helpful.