Fished the falling high tide this morning at 7AM in MA13. Steady action right off the bat with a simple small black clouser tied with small bead chain eyes, black calve's tail (1 1/2 inch) on a thin wire #6. Wow! They were all over it! I assume it must resemble chum fry. Caught several 12 -14 inch aggressive fish. Later off the mouth of a creek caught a big shouldered, fat 18 inch SRC. Oddly, it was pretty passive playing it in. The smaller fish were way more feisty. This area gets hit up regularly by fly guys. I wondered if he knew from experience just to not resist and just "get it over with". Thoughts?