Great fishing conditions this morning as we left the dock. Light winds out of the East and an incoming tide spelled success right away. We hit a spot where a pass empties into a lake. The trout were there and hungry. Fish started finding their way into the ice chest. The trout were in the 15-20″ class. The fish wanted live shrimp carolina rigged and artificial cocahoes on 3/8 ounce jigheads. The action faded as the water color started to cloud up. We took a ride to the outside edge to find the water conditions were worse. We did pick up a few more trout and one 18″ redfish. We decided to head back inside and came across a point with a very shallow oyster reef behind it. The rising tide had the water boiling across the reef and it had alot of bait activity. We set the boat upstream of the point and threw back to the reef. It was on, the trout were tearing across the reef and attacking bait as it worked through the oysters. The action continued until an oyster boat passed and its wake blew out the bite on the shallow reef. We hit another spot on a big lake to catch the end of the rising tide and got on another trout bite and picked up a nice bonus flounder. The tide slowed to nothing and the bite fizzled. We headed back to the dock with smiles! Be back at it next week. Good luck out there!