This was this past Sunday morning. The winds started off about 18 SE and increased to sustained 3O with gust over 4O by 1Oam. [Weather Underground reported gust to 53 by mid afternoon. ]

Anyway, these guys came down from Alabama to check out the Lower Laguna, so we couldn't let them sit at the harbor all day. The tides were extremely low, but we had located a bunch of good reds way shallow as you can see. It was almost every cast for this guy for a while, starting with his first one on a little Skitter Walk Jr. After the wind picked up tails continued to work until it just flat got dangerous. Capt. Tricia is in the rear unhooking another skinny water fish.  A good morning session.