We have had some ideal tides for sight fishing this week. Low and clear on the outgoing. Just as the cold front arrived yesterday I was staked off at a small creek mouth watching for fish following the outgoing. In the waves created by the current meeting the wind, I thought I saw a flash. I waited a bit and sure enough the fish fed again only this time swirled in the waves with some bait skipping ahead. I put on a size #2 Neon Knight and on the first cast the fish ate it hard. After a good fight, the snook measured 30" and offered a lesson to pay close attention to these small areas where currents collide and fish lie waiting to ambush bait following the tide.