Well i tried...we hit it at 4pm, high winds and all. talked to a few guys and no one was hooking up....one guy caught one at 9am, but was fishing all day and didnt get another hit since. apparently the day before was really killer, right as the storm was blowing in...go figure. well anyways, we waded and worked our way down from the dog beach all the way east as far as you are allowed. with the wind and all i tried to locate a mud line, or anything that looked like it might have baitfish blowing up against it. we finally found an area on the east side against some brush that was looking pretty good, but it was deep and hard to get to. my buddy cast a few times after wading out to about 4 feet deep, he hooked up on a BIG wiper that worked him over pretty good and then threw him off in the brush just as he was about to land it. all i succeeded in doing was wading out even deeper, and then a whitecap went over the top of my waders and pretty much gave me a dose of the "soggy crotch" syndrome...oh well, thats not the first time thats happened, and definately isnt the last time....we fished that area for awhile longer, but had no other hookups. the water temp was good, upper 50s, and it was sunny and bright with a crazy wind coming out of the north west (i have to say my least favorite conditions) all i can conclude was the fish moved to deeper water for now, but they will come back...im trying it again tomorrow, this time with another pair of dry waders. i fished white and chartruese and white clousers, and saw other guys throwing everyhting in the book at them...i just dont think they were on that side today in force. better luck tomorrow i hope...