.....thats pretty much how I would describe this morning. Out early before first light throwing a sand eel fly out on the incoming tide. The wind has shifted around and it should be some time until the warming effects raise the water temps a bit. The upwelling effect from the S and SW winds has had the water temps cold, if not frigid for this time of year. I saw readings from 61 in Belmar to 47 around Seaside. I did see some bait this morning although I couldn't make out what is was.
|Photo by Ray Hallgreen|