Plop your boat about 100 yards offshore on the ocean side away from the bridges and as far away from other boats as possible. Try to put yourself either at the tip of a bend or far away from it. The fish migrate and when they hit land they bounce out from it.
They like to cruise in around 5-8 feet of water. Just sit and wait for them to swim by.
Floating or int.tip line. Try a small wiggly bunny fly in purple or rust with a little same color chenille flash in front and small slow sink eyes, or try any standard keys fly like a small Stu Apte fly or a Billy Pate Little Brown. Buy a couple pre-tied 20# biminis with 40-50# shock, or do it yourself if you can. Use a loop to fly.
Face land and watch from your left.
Jamm the hook in but good.
Bring gloves and don't bring the fish in the boat if you get one.
I'll be down there doing the same thing in the same place at the end of June.
Last edited by walter young; 06-05-2004 at 11:51 PM..