This was a bit of a scenery switch from oyster bars in the morning to grass patches in the afternoon and not just one or two grass patches, we're talking about dozens of them...everywhere. They looked inviting for fish and anglers alike. Now with so many patches to chose from, who would pick the most productive one?
About an hour in with random fishing being caught here and there, the pressure Darin felt to put the group on some fish at some point in the day finally lifted when the tide turned and he located the mother load of trout schools. It was in the smallest of all of the grass patches and once he let everyone know where the fish were at, that little patch was surrounded in no time. Five kayak anglers began catching and releasing trout after trout after trout. The length wasn't so much of an issues as the quantity. They were hooking into trout after one cast and that was the exciting part. No one came up empty handed!