I launched my canoe at sebastian inlet state park and the tide was strong outgoing at 9:00am. Fished from the sand area before I paddled out and caught a jack and needlefish. Paddled out to the first set of markers and caught a huge lizard fish on a jig. Paddled near the campsites and the fishing pier finally got the anchor to hold and landed a nice 15" flounder. About an hour later got checked out by the FCW officer. Asked to see the flounder and life jacket - no problems. Tide starting changing around 3pm and landed two small flounders 11" and 11 3/4 didn't want to keep them being under the limit. Wind started picking up so paddled back and fished my remaing cut finger mullet with no luck. It was a fun trip and cleaned the flounder for dinner tomorrow. Gladly go again once I get the honey - do list done. A fisherman in another boat gave me some techniques on how to reel them in and the volunteer park ranger also gave me some tips thanks to both for making this a sucessful trip.