I left my dock and was in a fog bank before you could say Jack Rabbit and man was it thick. I put out four planer board and headed for the shoals in my cove by using the GPS. Within ten or 15 minutes two board took off (same side) and I got them in and put them in the live well. But, I got turned around bringing the two striper's in and was lost as lost can be in a fog. I looked at the North arrow on the topo map and it said straight ahead, yet the wind was blowing in my face and it was suppose to be out of the South. So I trusted the wind and finally saw a landmark. Next I caught an eating size blue and followed that up 30 or 45 minute later with a striper on a down line and another on a free line. Two CCC members were out there fishing, Capt. Gus and Charlie Blackburn. Picture of the fog and catch is attached.