The morning started out cool, windy, and foggy, and it ended cooler, more windy, rainy, and foggy. There was a 3-4 foot swell from the northeast and another 3-4 foot swell from the southeast. Although the wind was forecast to be 5-10, it was more like 10-15 (big shocker I know). Regardless, the ocean wasn't as bad as it might sound. It was a little hard to stand up, but it wasn't evil. Our 4hr trip started out with red snapper, and they stayed hot all morning. We mixed in a good bag of sea bass for the table and ended up releasing about 50 red snapper between two anglers!