This was a week for exploring. Started at the spoil islands. Nothing but Puffers. Have to check and see if it's okay to keep them yet. This is probably one of the best eating fish out there. Every spoil island produced 3 or 4 of the critters. No Trout. Fished an area on the green side of the ICW, really looks good, but once again nothing but Puffers. Ran to the Eastern shore to check it out. Beautiful desert, nothing but acres of sand. Will go back if the grass gets up. An old friend that has guided in the area told me that it was a good area. Worked back into a small canal, nailed a 16 inch Flounder in the mud, just a little on the anorexic side, put her back for another day. On the way out hit a school of short Trout. Worked the edge to the North, worked a few docks, more short Trout. Further North spotted 2 Sharks, First thought when I saw the dark shadow coming my way was big Red. First indication that it was not a Red was the school of bait running hard. Next clue was the broad head and high pointed tail. Figured Bull Sharks as they had been reported in large numbers in the Sebastian River. Worked back into a canal that hasn't been developed Another school of small Trout on the way in. At the back side pulled in a Trout that was just over 20 inches. Only Red that I saw all day was trying to take the plug away from the Trout. Wind kicked up hard so had to quit early.