Well Just got back from a weekend in Morehead. Got down there late on Friday and went straight over to Radio Island to check things out. It was just getting dark but we managed a few small specks and one nice grey. So we decided that that would be a good place to try again in the morning. The next morning we got there about 8 and had the place to ourselves because the weather was lousy. The tide was coming in and there wasn’t much going on for most of the morning until a small school of albies rolled in. These were definitely the large fall fish some pushing 20 pounds, pushing silversides right to our feet of course we couldn't get them to hit anything we were able to throw at them in the 2 minutes that they hung around. It was a beautiful sight and lifted our spirits enough to stick it out through the crappy weather. About the time that the tide was changing we started catching a few blues and these finally gave way to the small specks. By now the locals are showing up because they obviously new that the outgoing tide is best. Luckily having been there all day we had dibs on the best hole and proceeded to catch small speck after small speck and occasionally a keeper. The action on Sunday was much slower but we did manage to get some more fish. By the end of the weekend we had caught well over a 100 fish and kept about 30 between 4 of us so we had a great time and look forward to trying it again next year.