Hit Titlow this morning. Got on the water a little after my planned dawn start, but only by 20 minutes. Started at TOA and worked my way back down the beach until 9AM. No response to the Miyawaki Popper. Saw two or three jumpers about 50 yards out (rezzies?) but I forgot my imaginary casting abilities at home. Saw a couple of gentle rises in shallower water that I could barely get near, but got no interest. Water was dead calm, no noticeable wind and the sky brightened up fairly early. Clean water, hardly any leaves or lettuce. Plan on hitting this water as many mornings as possible this week. Good incoming tide and low wind forecasts. If nothing else it's close and I can always use the casting practice. By the end of the week there should be enough available tide to make 2 passes. I'm thinking the Miyawaki and then a sculpin on a fast sink polyleader. Then I'm planning on trying the same thing next week for the AM outgoing tide, depending on the weather. Learning experience time!