Our group of Cole,Steve,Won, all from Virginia & myself fished with Zach yesterday ,june 1st.,from www. salttreatedfishing.com ,sight casting for Cobia & Bull Reds.We left the dock at 10 AM.to let the sun get up to better see the fish and catch the tide right. We got to the fishing grounds by 11 ish,after a 20 mi. run. we started Hawk Eying from the "Cobia Tower" as they are called in Virginia. Without a Cobia Tower , good polarized sunglasses , and the knack for sighting fish, your ability and chances are greatly diminished of spotting" Mr. C.",AKA the "Man in the Brown suit" as they are called in Virginia, or the schools of Big Bull Reds cruising under the surface. The higher vantage point gives you a much better view. Without a Tower, overcast days ,or if it's too choppy, you're better off anchoring up and chumming .Our fishing time was cut short 11-3:30 by the approaching front ,bringing a 3-4 ft. chop and making it a bit more difficult to approach and stand up to cast and fight Cobia surfing down the face of waves in the stiff breeze.We sighted many Cobia and 2 schools of Bull Reds.We landed 6 Cobia, got several good jumps from each fish,1 46in. Bull Red,jumped off a few more Cobia and had another Bull Red spit the hookThere were lots of schools of Rays under the surface as well..We had good action for the amount of time spent sight casting. I'm anxiously looking forward to our July & Aug. booked trips with Zach.Last season, Zach's boat caught over 400 Cobia for his clients.I left Harford county Md. solo @ 4;30 AM and left Seaford Va., where we departed @ 5;30 PM after we were done cleaning fish and arrived home @ 9:30 pm.It was a 500 mi. round trip. About 4 hrs. each way via 95-64. Not bad A tall.I hope you all get chance to experience a trip like this.It's a blast.