Leg finally healed all the way so it was off to the Grant area. On the run to my normal starting point saw a friend and his partner wading the first island. They work North to South on the chain and I work South to North, close to the ramp at days end. Waved and ran on by, backed off of plane to check the deeper edges for Pompano, no skips. On to my start point. Disappointment. a boat was sitting in the lee side of the island where I was going to stake out and wade. On to the next stop, killed the motor about 50 yards from the island. Like to drift and pole in. a fast approach disturbs too many fish. Looking good as there were several large dark spots moving along the edge. A little closer and I figured at least 6 Reds. Nothing. they just were not interested in anything. Worked the island, spotted a lot of big Sheephead. No Trout or Reds were ready to eat. Off to the flat North of the Inlet. Pain and agony in the form of big Ladyfish every 4 to 5 casts resulted in another one. One Cocktail Blue managed to get to the plug first. Back to the spoil islands after watching a boater motor by within 15 feet of a wader. So much for courtesy. First stop was a bust saw a lot of big Sheephead, but no Trout. Off to the next stop..My friend and his partner were getting ready to leave, stopped to swap stories. Told them about the Reds and they told me they had hit the school a few days before and the fish would not touch live Shrimp. They told me that the area I was getting ready to work was holding Sheephead and over slot Trout. On the drift in, spotted a pair of nice Trout. Two bad casts and they ran. Staked out and waded out to the wind blown side. Landed a 26 inch Trout. From the looks, she had either been landed or lost earlier. A fresh hook cut was in the side of her jaw. Off to the last stop of the day. In the water again. First pocket, a pair of short Trout. Worked the edge out towards the channel. Managed to land 3 slot Trout in the 18 to 20 inch range.