Started out fishing the first hour of the outgoing tide. We found several nice schools of reds running the grass. They seemed to be a little spooky, so we headed over to a few docks to fish. Caught a bunch of reds under the docks. Bait of choice was blue crab quarters and cut mullet. We were using a modified Carolina rig with 2 oz egg weight on 60lb fluorocarbon leader with a 6/0 circle hook. Weight is important by the docks when the tide is ripping to help keep the bait in the target area. If anybody wants to see the rig I'm using PM me or shoot me an email. I'll send you a pic with explanation. Pics to be added.