The water is starting to clear in a few areas. The grass is non existent. Bait schools are every where, range from Glass Minnows to Mullet The Jacks are having a field day. Saw a school last week that the average would have broke 10 pounds. Even with bad conditions the fishing is still fair First stop of the day was almost a disaster. Had a wind knot that took a while to work out. The lure, a custom tied shrimp jig was just lying on the bottom about 20 feet from the boat. After clearing the knot, started the retrieve. Felt kind of heavy and then started to run, Nice 17 inch Flounder. Guest of honor at dinner. Worked back into a good pocket, but gave up quick because a Shark was working hard. Out to the edges on the spoil islands. First stop yielded a 17.5 inch Trout. Next edge gave up a 19.5 inch Trout and a pair of short Snappers. Picked up a 15 inch Snook, nothing special except for the Trout that tried to eat it. Started to catch a couple of baby 'cudas every week, hope they go out to sea before they grow up. Boat traffic was a bit too much when combined with the wind, so it was back to a residential canal. This stop produced a 23.5 inch Trout. Nothing else in the area so it was off to the mud. Too dirty to sight cast so I worked the trough off of the Mangroves. Produced a 19 inch Red. Nothing else. Quick check back in the pocket, nothing hitting, but a large Tail was up and working. Not a Red, more than likely a Drum or Sheepshead.