No pictures on this one, like a dummy I forgot my camera. We started looking for trout and reds in all the right places but they weren't home. About an hour before dead low we started seeing short reds and on the change we got two keepers, a 22 and a 25 incher. After several more moves we also had a couple of keeper flounder, nothing really impressive, but keepers. With a promised family fish fry looking me in the face I was getting panicky. Oh yea, the whiting were biting in the inlet. We went to the inlet and there were about 25 boats anchored up but only one was really catching fish, well we decided to try to see if we could make it two. After anchoring in 30 feet of water to the North side of the channel we got the first fish in about 10 minutes, the second was a bluefish which I cut up for bait. On the bluefish the whiting went wild. In about an hour and a half we had 30 whiting and 2 keeper weekfish (yellowmouth trout). Remember, if its a fish fry you want and you can't do big, do lots. I only had one rod on boat really suitable for this kind of fishing, 3 to 4 ounces of weight fished on light line, just think of what we could have done with a three more. There is just not enough room on a 25 foot boat for everything, I already carry 10 to 12 light (6-8-10#)rods for river fishing. Well things worked out with 1 "right" rod and three "this'l do rods" we made a fish fry. Until next trip, Capt. Guy.