So, after being turned around on the ICW by the navy boats due to range ops, I headed to a little spot I found some consistency in last summer. About 75 yards from the spot I found myself right on top of a school of at least a hundred reds of decent size and nearly fell out of the boat. I managed to compose myself and put the powerpole down and landed a nice 23" fish as soon as my lure hit the water. Unfortunately, he fought through the school and they scattered. I spent the next hour or so figuring out which way they went. After some exploring I found them and landed another 8 fish. They ranged from 18" to 25". Best day I have had on the water since moving here. They hit gulp jerk shad in charturse pepper neon. Besides the wind, great day on the water.