Well, the weather folks couldnt have been more wrong if they tried. As of Midnight Friday morning, they were saying 1-2s Friday, 1s on Sat., and 3-5 Sun as the front approaches. At 6am Friday morning it was now 3-5s, 2-3s, and 4-6s respectively. Needless to say, we got to the jetties on Friday and promptly turned around and decided to play around in the bay. I must say, they hae a really good ecosystem in the bay and channels. We caught everything from B-Liners to eels inside the jetties and along the ICW. We wake up again on Sat and decide to go for it. Seas were better but still solid 3-4s. We made our way to the Canyon stopping at the weather bouy on the way. Nothing there so we decide to head to the Canyon. We find blue water and 600-1500' depth and troll that ridge all the way to Murphys Hump south with absolutely nothing to show. Decided to quit beating ourselves up and head in. On the way, saw a not-so-imopressive weedline and met up wit some Mahi but no real big ones to speak of. called it a day. After deciding to hunt Sunday we wake up to calm winds but had to hunt and head home later that afternoon. The offhsore fishing was not real good that day but it was nice to be so close to the shelf (45miles). That being said, we have a heck of alot more bottom structure and rigs (there are 0 rigs down there) but it a lot further boat drive from here to the shelf. SPI has a lot of "other" things to do if you want it to double as a vacation. I would go here again before I went to Manfield.