Went out Saturday and dipped from about 8 am until 4 pm. Ended up with 15 reds, all monsters. It did not start to pick up until about 11:30, when tide was going out. I would get out there, catch a fish within a minute or two, then have to haul it all the back, through the mud. I think I'll be getting a kenai keeper for the next trip so I can put 10 on at a time or so before going back to shore.
But I met a lady at the cleaning station at my camp on Saturday. Her and her husband started around 11 and caught 65 that day. Unbelievable. She said they started near the mouth and got in the line that does "the walk." They just nailed 'em. Can anybody enlighten me on this "walk" and how it is better than standing out in one spot? It is obviously better because they got WAY more fish than I, but how does it work that makes it so good and what should I be doing? Thanks in advance.