Went out Saturday morning on a solo mission in the kayak to find some blue cats. Got to Conowingo Dam at 5 am with plans to fish there. It was a no-go. The wind was howling and in the same direction as the current so I would have been drifting at several miles per hour and anchoring in that with a kayak would have been foolish. I relocated south a couple of miles to where the transition starts from river current to tidal flow. The wind had blown the water out of the river to the point that the tide was lower than I have seen in a long time. This gave me multitudes of rocks and shelves to beach the kayak on and fish from. I brought strawberry jello chicken as bait to get started with the idea of catching some white perch to use for bait while I was out there. I couldn't find a single perch where I was but that was OK because the chicken worked just fine. The rig was a basic Santee rig and the fish came out of about 6' of water in a rocky boulder field of an area. The bites were slow to come but when they hit, they hit at a full sprint peeling line off the reel. All told I caught 5 blues and about 8 channels. These pics are the first three blues of the morning.