In the beginning, we split up and worked the flats from about 50 ft apart. Sighting and pointing out fish for each other and taking shots at those in range. It was nice having another set of eyes scanning the flats. In ideal conditions getting a 30ft shot is great. Gives you enough space to make a presentation, possibly 2. Anything closer and the odds of spooking the fish are really high.
The chrome colored scales and limited movement of the fish really conceals them in the off colored water. We spooked a ton but we felt the pull of many. It was a great day. June starts the travel season for me. Got a few trips lined up. Stay tuned for reports.