Probably the coldest day that I have ever fished, especially while standing shin deep in the ocean. This afternoon at low tide buddy and I got a 20" schoolie each on tins and that was it. Saw only one other schoolie caught but only half a dozen other nuts on the cold and windy beach (Northerly so easy cast, lol) which was devoid of weed and little sweep. Waves under 2' as the wind flattened the ocean (close to shore.) A LOT of bunker being feasted upon just past the first breaker, and gannets diving a mile or less out. My only other catch was a pink A17 tin with a green teaser in a rather odd rig and very recently lost. I now know that while I will deer hunt and enjoy it in lower temperatures, 34 is my limit for surfcasting.