Yesterday, we decided to get the Grady out for a run up the beach to see if we could find some Cobia to break in my T3. However, what we found was a rolling sea 2-4 feet variable, dirty water, and a nice temperature break that was holding some small false albacore over a rock pile in 65ft of water. Trolling medium clark spoon behind a #2 planer board on flatlines worked. The fishing overall was slow but we did produce, getting the skunk out of the boat. I spent most of last night rigging ballyhoo and rigging the Internationals given the opportunity to run to the towers & out to the Point for some Sails & Mahi-Mahi in the up-coming days. Outflow at dusk produced 5 more small "summer" stripers on the ole' 10-weight (Chart/Yellow Puglisi Minners fished on a strip in the rip). Here are some more photos.