Hey guys.........A short report. Left at 6:45 out of Homosassa in a pretty wet, dense fog. Had my spotter out front and away we went. Travelled at 25 mpg using gps and Howard as my guides. (I see one guy took three hours) Maybe I'm nuts(not maybe), but it took us 20 minutes. Ultimately we ended up at the "Parking Lot" and we were one of four boats out there. We did stop at Citrus Reef and were the ONLY boat. That's a first. It was dead. Figured with all the wind that maybe it hadn't seen much pressure. Was kind of surprised that it was dead. Not much bait, birds or predators. We tried trolling plugs, bump and go live baits(on numbers), and setting up and anchoring on a couple of different rock piles. Caught the 25 inch grouper on a hand sized grunt on a flat line under a float. Was looking for a king and was I surprised that it caught the one keeper grouper of the day. Last stop of the day was a rock pile that we anchored on and set up a chum slick. Caught around 10 Mangroves, the largest a 2 1/2 fat boy. Highlight of the day ? The 3 hours of sun we got between 12 and 3:00 ! The pic of the sun through the fog was actually the moon at 5:45 in the River. The boat in front of us was less than a hundred feet in front of us !