Left handed Gemini.
Fished the end of the flood and into the ebb without much going on in the beginning, no fish jumping or rolling, a few seals cruising around but that was it. After a couple of hours of this I was starting to wonder if it was going to be a bust and after another hour I was sure it was, but then not long after the sun left the water things started looking much better, a couple of guys casting buzzbombs from a boat started getting into fish and not long after that fish started showing. I was casting a pink clouser and other than one 15" resident was getting much of a response so I put on a chartruese clouser and right after I did a bunch of fish started jumping around right in front of where I was fishing third cast and I felt a really nice tug so I tugged back and off it went, a few runs broken up with some really nice jumps later I released a healthy 4 to 5lb resident. I caught 3 more of of the smaller residents about 16 or 17" and then got another nice tug, this fish really didn't want anything to do with me, fought hard but I got it in and it turned out to be a hatchery fish, it was only about 18" but it must have been about a 6lb fish, it was fat, the front half of this was just huge and it was totally stuffed with bait, what a pig. I've caught bigger fish that weren't as big around as this one and didn't fight nearly as hard so I released it to hopefully get even bigger. It was getting dark so I decided I was pretty happy and could leave without thinking I was missing out on anything even though fish were still jumping around.