Was at the spot a little later than we wanted but still just past first light a little. Had a few casts in when I hooked and landed one in the 6-7 pound range (my largest trout to date)I don't remember for sure but it might have been the very next cast that I hooked another trout in the same spot that looked to be as big as the one I had just caught. At this time the 5 knot northerly wind that NOAA forecasted was coming out of the NW at probably 15 knots and was blowing our skiff across the water like a piece of styrofoam and this big sow trout had me in trouble immediately with getting the fast drifting boat between me and it. I finally got the trolling motor spun around and on high (trying to do all this with one hand while fighting a very large very angry trout with the other)and was in the process of getting this trout on the same side of the boat as I was when she went around the trolling motor and wrapped the line. I pulled the motor up and unwrapped it but by that time it was gone[crying]. My buddy Willie then caught a trout as big as my big one and we caught a few more really nice trout before the wind forced us to head in just to be on the safe side with our little 16' skiff and it was not a fun ride in as it was. Of course about an hr after we came in it laid down almost completely. Willie needed some fish for a fish fry so he took the fish home with him but I snapped a couple of photos of them in the cooler. Not even sure how many we ended up with but it was way under the limit. I also caught a black drum about 40-45 pounds on a mirrolure and hook a 20 lb gar on it but the gar bit me off and took my mirrolure with him.[cursing] The pictures do not do these trout justice at all for their size. That is a 50qt chest and those biggest trout are true sows. I am not even sure I got the 2 biggest on top. For scale in the last picture the cocahoe with jig head is a little over 4" actually and measures right at 1" in the photo which makes that top fish between 24" & 25". That white trout Willie threw in there (left side of chest) was a 12" white trout so you can see how it is dwarfed by the size of the specks.