Fished outgoing tide from 8-10:30 p.m....about 2 hours before low tide at Cheatham Annex on 10/5. Stopped at the first light overhanging the water and could literally see the striper stacked up feeding. There was some type of silver, almost iridescent minnow in the water and the schoolie striper were just tearing them up! Alternated between casting a suspending rat l trap and a gulp on a plain hook...fish were shallow. Caught between 25-30 fish ranging in size from 10-18"...no keepers, but a lot of fun! For small fish, they fight and the bigger ones had some weight to them. Can't wait to hook into some keepers!