Hit a MA 9 beach this morning. Bill (SciGuy) was already there and had land a really nice buck coho. Congrats on a very nice fish Bill. Post up that pic if you get a chance. No love for me except a couple of shakers. I happened to foul hook the biggest sandlance I've ever seen, an easy 6" specimen. Should have taken a picture if it. Water died out and not much was happening so time for a change of scenery. Took the ferry back to the eastside of the sound and stopped home for lunch. Looked at the tide tables and picked a MA 10 beach that fishes well on the incoming. Started fishing around 2:00 just as the water started moving and the north wind started blowing harder. Around 3:30 had a good take followed by a run and a big jump as the coho spit the hook and bid me adieu. Things weeded up around 4:00 and I called it a day. Some days things come easy and other days you have to work your ass off for that one tug. Today was one of those days. Final score....fish 1, SF 0 Some fog, clouds and a south wind are on the top of my current fishing wish list.