I have a group of clients from the trout fishing state of Colorado.  I am rotating two fishermen through the boat each day.  Yesterday we had a great day numbers wise but did poorly on the size.  We did hook and land one keeper on the middle ground early in the am before the wind kicked up.  We then moved into the sheltered waters of the south side of the Elizabeth Islands.  My half a chicken fly was the clear winner.  It is a big chartreuse and white deceiver with saddle hackle feathers instead of schlappen.
Our charter ended in Tarpaulin Cove with a double at the last point before returning to Lake Tashmoo. The
ride across the sound was lumpy and a little wet but otherwise uneventful.