Headed out this a.m. to do some boat work, and of course the river beckoned. Had a good low tide so I figured the deep structure plan was in order. A couple of over slot reds showed up at the first dock, and could only manage a couple barely keeper trout and shorts throughout the whole creek. What to do? So I put away the D.O.A and headed out towards the sound with the trusty lip diver. Once I got there, it was a LOT of wind and a LOT of cast. I finally figured out that after twitching the bait, a longer than usual pause was needed. It was kind of hard to get a good hook set this way and I pulled the hooks on some GOOD trout. Funny how treble hooks manage to get stuck in everything upon contact, but that darn trout can come unbuttoned so easily! I plugged my way to a nice mess when all was said and done though. The water everywhere I went today was clean and green!