Sorry to hear you guys didn't see anything. But sometimes hunting is more about the friends and the campfire than it is about the actual hunt itself.
I recall several hunting trips where the campfire company and the campfire cooking were worth the trip alone, if we killed something it was a bonus.
It's a fact that 70 percent of the people who purchase heavier tackle do so with the categorical I just lost a huge snook! Einstein Hairdo.The other 30 percent have either Tarpon Fever or are sporting a hand cramped into a claw from a deepwater grouper.