I drifted California hole friday evening. Sightcast was right, the reds were thick and very picky. I worked the area until dark with numerous blow-ups and about 8 hook-ups. We lost 4 and landed 4. All were released to fight another day. Right at dark they really started tailing and it was a blast to get to sightcast to them and watch them pounce on top of it. That evening I did catch a 24' flounder on a red and white super spook jr, who'd a thunk it? BTW whats leading the star (mid-coast) flounder? Hope I didn't eat a dargel scout! On saturday morning I did the same thing but the wind was slack and the reds were tailing everywhere. I was able to pole from pod to pod and caught 12 reds from 18 to 24 inches. It was unbeliveable and I was all by myself. Totally serene. Saturday evening the wind changed direction to out of the east and they were gone. Got my fix and I'm sittin here pretty content.