All the wind out of the south yesterday managed to form some pretty good snow drifts.. especially as you head north to the top of the Bay. If your going out the Kipling public landing it seems just fine, until you get out about 3/4 of a mile. Then you start to see the drifts that have developed. Today’s windy conditions continue to be strong but now out of the Northwest. So strong in fact that a bunch of the snow carried north from prior days southern squalls, has now blown right back down the Bay. Some trucks up around center reef struggled to get through the deep snow unless they hammered down! The fish are definitely eating again. We are hearing reports of eyes committing to Moonshine Shiver Minnows, Swedish Pimples, and Jigging Raps. Big fish are present and can get coaxed onto a hook now and then.
Increasing your odds,