Brian and I really enjoyed our trip. Even though March is not the best time to fish down there, we still caught fish, we had a lot of fun, and I think we learned something. For me, the highlight of the trip was when that first snook felt the hook and it ripped off 20-30 feet of line before I could blink an eye. I kind of felt sorry for you when you were trying to coach me; I was so wrapped up in watching those fish that I don't think I heard a word you said. I really enjoyed drifting the live bait in the current between those two islands. That was a fun way to fish. The big disappointment for me was losing that flounder right next to the boat.
Brian wants me to get a boat now. He liked your boat, but he said some nice soft chairs would be good. I told him the chairs would just get in the way when he's trying to land a fish.
Anyway, there's a good chance that I may be back down there in late May/early June on business, and if that's a good time for snook, I'd like to possibly book another trip. I may have a client along; if I could take my client on a fishing trip, and get my company to cover it, I would think I'd died and gone to heaven.
Also, I forgot to ask if I could get a copy of those photos you took. Let me know if that's possible.
Also, let me know which days in late May/ early June have the best tides. My schedule is somewhat flexible.