With windy weather around, Captain George Clark and hi friend, Capt Lain Goodwin decide to venture into the creeks and channels of the Everglades for some sheltered fishing. They start by collecting some bait by drawing Pilchards to the boat with chum and then expertly throwing a cast net to fill the live well. As Lain explains, pretty much every species they can find here is attracted to these Pilchards so they make an excellent bait. They head to the mouth of a creek where the wind is funneling in and cast their live baits into the edge of the mangrove. Lain hooks up first landing a nice Sea Trout which nailed his Pilchard. With no other hits, the move down the creek to try the other end hoping fish will be lying up there and it isn't long before Lain gets a small Snook, quickly followed by a better one. They both get a shock when George then lands a Tripletail which is unusual to find in such shallow water. With a few Jacks to finish the day, the pair prove that a good day's fishing can be had even in poor conditions.