Morning low tides can have the no boat, wade and kayak only anglers singing the Blues when the water has flowed away from their favorite fishin' hole overnight.
Put an evening rising moon with that tidal event and that's a recipe makes for some tough morning to noon fishing conditions.
Put the right game plan together a with the right tackle when that happens and an angler can still get some trout filets for lunch.
Knee deep before sunrise watching the moon set was the game plan to string some trout for my sons Happy Birthday party to go with some home made gumbo later today.
Smooth water on a wind protected shoreline and the TEXAS RATTLER™ was able to 'call in' some scattered trout that had remained after their full moon night time feed.
The moonset was the icing on the cake.
Out of the ol' SaltH2O at ~ 8 a.m. to clean fish, grab a quick bite to eat and deliver some TEXAS RATTLER™ jigs to Livin Reel Salty Tackle Shop in Portland before noon today, ... as promised. 😎