Hit a favorite spot in the back part of the bay this morning. I got to the water at 6:15 and netted a couple dozen finger mullet. I was fishing a dropoff with some oyster shell/rock along it. I freelined one mullet along the dropoff and fished another on the deep edge of the drop on bottom. The action was really steady until 9 or so when some dolphins rolled through chasing mullet. It shut down the fishing, but what a sight to watch them feed so aggressively. I ended up catching a half dozen specks, 2 slot reds(18", 22"), a few fat croakers(1+ lbs), some ladyfish, and a small shark. The most interesting part of the morning came when I hookedthe small blacktip in the 15# range on one rod and one of the reds on the other. The shark stayed on despite my flourocarbon leader(I love circle hooks) and really worked my light outfit over. I had to horse in the red while holding the shark rod between my legs. I looked like an idiot! I didfinally managed to land both fish. All in all it was great to get out this morning. All fish were revived and released. Tight lines.