Woke up Saturday morning at 5am, loaded up the bucket with a couple dozen bull minnows and headed for sheltered waters on the leeward side of Goodwin island. With a incoming full moon tide I slipped in close to shore and got the anchor set, grabbed the biggest minnow I could and cast a popping cork about 5 feet from the grassy marsh island. I put the rod in the rod holder, picked up another one and before I could get it rigged up I heard that tell tale sign of FISH ON! Ziiiiinnnnngggg! I tightened down the drag and battled in a respectable 23.5 inch puppy Drum. Got him in the boat , got both rods out and noting for the next 30 minutes. Me being ADD, I started getting antsy so pulled anchored and trolled the flats blind casting hoping to pick up a speckled trout. Wel no love from the specks but did manage one more drum and raced back to the house for baby duty at 9:30am.