Thats a lot of snook. Great eating too. Your bko luck sounds like mineWe left for a 4 day stay on the beach with the grandkids Weds. mMy grandson drove as usual in the bronco, no Nana Toyota for him. Nana left before us. I hook up the skiff and double check to make sure we have all the toyz. We’re set to go and the dang passenger window powers all the way down not up. It’s the start of rainy season in central coastal FL. Luckily we only had 2 hours of rain yesterday morn. Two purposes for this trip. Surfing for the 3 year old grandson and one year old granddaughter. Two, the new moon in June due to the great tide flow is legendary for snook fishing at a local spot in Manatee County and this would be my grandsons first outing to experience that spot. When it’s great you can hook 200 snook in a 5 hour outgoing tide flow. It’s a long skiff ride to the spot and the 3 year old was ready. He wore the fish out. Back home today after seeing great grandma and we ripped into the door panel him finding all those sneaky screws. Now to drill the dimples.