Not typically a fan of tropical storms and NE winds. However, we got a nice surprise Friday night when the water flooded the spartina flats and gave way to the best tailing action I’ve seen so far this season. McCarley and I snagged a couple tailers on white gulp shrimp rigged weedless and scouted out a few new flats. The Floyd boys drove down the next morning despite the gloomy forecast and managed to do pretty well live baiting some big redfish. Live finger mullet did the trick on Saturday. Sunday was a bit windier, but the sun finally came out and the fish were feeding hard. Did some scounting with my younger bro who got to pull on some chunky redfish in some new areas that I don’t typically fish. The bite should get even better once this weather starts to stabilize.