Combining 3 days fishing into this report culminating a week long stay. Didn't fish Tuesday due to wind forecast that didn't materialize, but did fish Wed/Thurs/Fri.
Wednesday was a nice day on the water with only two to the boat, one not clipped that was 3 - 3 1/2lbs and the other that made a final run just as I was ready to slip the net in the water - it didn't come back up.
Thursday we targeted an area we haven't fished the last 3 or 4yrs and it was a good decision, yielding 7 in about 3 1/2hrs, all without the extra fin. Started off with a double within minutes of sending gear out! Best of those went 2lbs, 5ozs.
Friday's forecast was for winds again so puttered around doing miscellaneous things as well as annual maintenance on both outboards and no wind at all. Soon as I finished told my wife pack lunch we're going. Hit the water about 2 and by that time the winds did show up, but nothing to be concerned about. Rather than hit the same spot we fished Thursday, I went west so if the winds kicked up I'd have them at my back on return. And the winds definitely kicked up. We toughed it out and put 5 in the cooler before heading back just after 5pm. Waves crashing over the bow and over the canvas top, but we were dry and comfortable.
Standard setups for me, leaded line out 150' and mono rigs (produced zero fish) 195' behind the boat. Perch pattern and orange/black Kekeda flies tipped with a chunk of crawler worked best.