Coming from out west, well, really just sucks. Up at 410am and by the time I stop at WaWa and get there its about 530. Wind was honking this morning, dead low tide was around 7 depending on where you are up and down the shore.
I could see the birds before I could see the water. They were over bass blitzing on rain bait. It didn't last long. When it started I was just pulling up and the two mini-blitzes lasted a few minutes each. I was more looking forward to catching it with my iPhone then catching a fish. Another fly-rodder was there and connected on a schoolie bass. I waited for about and hour casting my fly and not getting a tap. The birds left, the bait stayed but moved around, and there were no further blow-ups.
I was hoping to get the boat wet but the dying wind came later than I expected and I am sure there was good action somewhere in conditions that were a little better than this morning. Looks like the wind will be a pain for days, or even a week to come. It'll be a wait-at-the-barn for the window the next few outings.