After fishing some of the rising tides this week with a fair level of success, we decided to sleep in and do an afternoon trip to catch the last of the outgoing. We mixed it up fishing some new and old spots that have been good to us during the warmer months in the past. We found out early that besides Flounder, that Croaker, Whiting, Sea Bass and Ladyfish will happily engulf the Gulp swimming mullet as well. After weeding through these fish, we went looking for Reds. Once we found them the bite was outstanding. We caught Reds from 16" up to 32" for two hours straight. We usually don't catch little ones with big ones, but they were all one hungry happy family today. We caught fish in one foot of water up to 14 feet. Daniel said his arms hurt, but it was his best fishing day ever. He actually got the hang of feeling the jig bounce along the bottom, and detecting the bite. It was a great day, and we could hardly stuff his swollen head back into his favorite Gulp hat!