Started out of the marina this morning with the wind picking up. Our area we had been fishing was still extremely dirty from the blow and had less than 6" visibility, so we were starting over again. Ran out the opposite direction 8-9 miles to find some decent color water and good marks in 31ft. Got some nice fish on the first few passes, then the waves got stupid lol. We ran in tighter to shore on the reef complex and found some decent water and marks in 20-21'. We caught a TON of fish! Multi-species day to say the least! It took 10 assorted fish to get a keeper eye. Monster Sheephead, white perch, white bass, short walleye. Part of the game this time of year fishing in close in the western basin but still a blast! Didn't want to battle the wind and search for fish elsewhere, so we picked away in this shallow area and got our fish. The wind laid down for a bit then around noon it started to pick back up and white cap again. I imagine the afternoon will be rolling pretty decent. Bandits, Shaky Shads and Tru-trip 30s with spoons all contributed pretty evenly. Best for us overall today was the Purple Flash Bandit @ 55' back. Overall cranks beat spoons today. The last few trips that was not the case, but today it was! Our biggest fish of the day was on a spoon behind a Tru-trip @ 35' back. 2.3-2.7 mph was our best speed today. Water temp was 64-65. 1-2' of visibility. Still some chalky tinge to the water from the blow, in the western reef area anyway. Good luck to everyone this weekend! Hopefully the wind doesn't kick up too bad tomorrow!