On that day, I was in shallow water, using a shrimp/kwan fly. I would cast in front of a trout, just sitting on bottom, strip it a couple of inches at a time in front, and they eather nailed it, or would follow it. If they followed it, I would still only move a couple of inches, but speed it up, that pissed them off, and fish on. It was a blast. As far as Snook, that was the first time I fished their, and caught no Snook. I'm sure Snook are around in the summer, in that area.