The wind was blowing really bad again last night, but snook season is about done so we decided to make a go of it. Luke Rehwoldt fished with me last week on a tarpon trip and wanted to try his hand at snook before the season closed on the first. We headed out last night at 630pm and were greeted by a lot of wind chop and small swells. It took us about thirty minutes to get to our spot and we began fishing a shallow flat surrounded by a deeper ledge. The wind made it like a washing machine but the snook were there. Our first fish was a 31 inch keeper and hit right at the edge of the flat. As the sun went down the action continued. We caught six more snook 22, 24, 27, 35, 38, and 20 inches. All fish were released except the very first one. The next three months is all catch and release fishing but it will be an excellent time to catch large snook for bragging pictures.