Between working and the weather, it had been a couple of weeks off the water. Weather looked good so it was off to work. Decided to fish the Grand Harbor/Johns Island area. Started out at the spoil islands, pretty much barren except one area. Jacks, Ladyfish, small Trout and Croaker. Another spot held small Mangrove Snapper most in the 8 inch range. Worked a back bay with nothing even showing an interest. Long trip to the backside of Johns Island. On the way in picked up a 20 inch Cuda and three legal Snapper. In one of he flows. a 25.5 inch Red nailed the Gulp. Back into the canal I wanted to fish, it was a little discouraging to look at. grass clippings and slime were on the surface. The water looked like coffee with a heavy dose of cream. First cast to a side trough, where the catch is always a surprise, netted a small Silver Prince. Looked back towards the end and saw a pair of fair sized fish chasing bait. Opted for a crankbait, long cast, quick pump and a solid hit. Definitely a good fish, thinking Tarpon, then came the jump, stripe down the side, definitely not a Tarpon. Put too much pressure on and pulled the hook. Cranking back to the boat, I looked down and a Snook that was at least 5 inches across the back had followed the plug in. Heading for home, worked a Mangrove shore on the way out to the river. Nailed a 24 inch Trout. Back out to a spoil island, working a small patch of grass with the Flat Rap produced a 22 inch Red.