Had an amazing morning with triple limits by 0930. What started as a foggy and negative morning quickly turned into WFO style drifts for a good 2 hours when just a few dipping seagulls gave up the school: Fast and furious fishing with 25-30 fish to the boat. Good mix of 18-20" shakers and quite a few of those chunky 3 to 6 lb. fish as well. As many fish we had to the boat it was the swirls and aggro behavior that kept us casting. Rolled off that spot for a few minutes to let it cool off and when we came back, Paul nailed the bonus DD on a magnum fluke. Boiled on it like a topwater bait: Super fun times with our in mid-fifties water, and good to great visibility during back-half of the ebbing tide. The muddy Moke is making things a bit more challenging on the SJ but if you look around for the clean water they're around, for sure. Was stoked to see that same stretch of water bite good on this evenings incoming tide. Lots of action but the bigger fish just swirled and scoffed. Oh well it was still super fun. Get out there!