I decided to try my luck on the grass flats just south of 195 this morning. Got on the water just as the sun was coming up with 3 doz shrimp. Tried some topwater baits to start things off but only one small trout wanted to play. After 15 minutes I switched to the go-to popping cork and it was non stop action from then on. I literally blew through all 3 doz shrimp in about an hour. The majority of the trout were 16-18", only had two little runt trout all day. Didn't get any needlefish or cuda's all day, and I was really surprised by that! The grovers were in full force too, caught 8 or 9 in the 6-10" range. After I used all the shrimp and only got 2 that were just about 20", I sabiki'd up some pinfish. Even caught a couple trout on the sabiki too. Using the palm size pinfish I caught with the sabiki I managed to get 3 trout over 20", and lost one that was over 25" (she shook the hook at the yak...) The ones in the pics are 24" and 22". Big live pinfish are the way to go for big trout. Catch em up!