The curse of the West winds continues. The water is a couple of feet below normal and making the trout fishing tough. We are still catching a few, but no where near what we should be doing. Thank goodness for redfish and black drum as they are saving the day! The winds were at 15 knots plus this morning and we opted to stay inside the protection of the marsh. We hit several points and oyster reef shorelines working live and dead shrimp 2 feet under corks and carolina rigged on the bottom. The action was not fast and furious, but soon enough we had a box full of redfish and black drum. Hiopefully, the weather pattern will change and allow some better water conditions. Good luck out there!