30 Oct 2018... Wabasso South...Decided to give it a shot, hoping Red Tide aerosols would not be present, good guess. Water quality spotty, a few clean areas. Started at the Pine Island cut. Short Snook and Snapper. This turned out to be a Snooklet kind of day, quit counting at 30. Snook ranged from a 6 inch monster ta a 22 inch big brother. Snapper were high up in the game, 6 legal. These were followed by Jacks up to 5 pounds. Next stop Hobart Landing, a 15 and 17 inch Trout. Fair start for the day. Take the long run to Grand Harbor easy in on the Golf Cart Bridge, a little tight coming back out. Loads of bait, nothing but short Snook and a pair of Legal Snapper. Estuary, slow. Back in the mud, spotted a Red moving opposite direction of Mullet. Back cast, followed down, no hit. Waited and cast back to a good pocket, bump, another Snook. On to the Vero/Johns Island stretch. Culvert going crazy, Jacks up to 5 pounds eating anything that moved. Got tired after six. Sheephead tough today, saw a few, but no players. Pulled a Little Ugly out of a Mangrove pocket. Time to get serious, need a Red for the FWC Family Slam (Trout, Red and Black Drum). Worked the Mangroves at Oyster Cut, no hits, another day, no new shirt. Trout were caught on a Rapala Rip Stop, most of the others caught on Baby Vudu Shrimp. All players released for future encounters.