Should be plenty of croaker and sea mullet around (squid, blood worm fishbites, shrimp). Flounder should be there too. Try jigging gulp jerk shads, 6 or 7 ". Go large, even the small flounder will eat them and the little croakers won't tear them up like the 4" swimming mullet. The current will be swift at it's peak due to being so close to a new moon, so use 2 Oz jig heads for the jerk shads. Flounder will be on the sides of the ships and in the alleys between them. Around the pound nets is also good for flounder. If you can, fish under the pier lights at night. If the current is too swift at the ships, fish closer to the beach while it is ripping. Peeler crab under a float, gulps, top water lures and Redfish Magic spinner baits could get striper, trout or puppy drum, if they are around. Good luck, let us know how you do.