I had the pleasure to fish with CSX train engineers Mark Warwin, Eric Bailey, and Michael Harvey this past Saturday morning. We left the Atlantic Seafood dock, eased out of the no-wake zone and headed up river to Tiger Island. We made our first stop within 15 minutes of leaving the dock and after anchoring near some oysters and marsh grass, we soon had a "double" hookup with Redfish! The guys were tossing live shrimp under floats with the tide having started out about an hour earlier. They picked up a few more Reds and a keeper sized Flounder. We move on around the island and with me dropping the trolling motor and the anglers all began to catch fish. I looped around to our starting point and lowered the anchor again. Eric had the "hot" spot at the front of the boat, making pin-point casts to an oyster outcrop and caught Redfish after Redfish, with Mark and Michael picking up the slack further along the shoreline. We eventually pulled up and ran to Jolley River, again trolling the shoreline, but this time the guys had switched to a jig/shrimp or jig/Gulp, tossing their bait to the now exposed oysters. They were all catching fish, but Mark seemed to have it down, catching plenty of Redfish and Trout - yep, they got a "slam"- on Chartreuse Gulp Swimming Mullets and Lime Tiger 3" Shrimp. We made two passes of the same bank with the fishing hot, then headed up river to pick up a few more. As the tide began to hit bottom we headed back around to Lanceford Creek, anchoring at a dock system. This time Michael had the hot spot and pulled in a few more Redfish. We ended the day with plenty of fish catch'n, actually too many to keep track of, and headed in , counting it as another great day to be out on the water.