Last night, I went out to Card Sound to tool around, try to catch some snapper, and maybe even a couple sharks. I gotta say, Dave V is a maniac! It’s almost midnight, and we are in a canoe buzzing around through the mangroves with a couple of lights, life jackets, a cooler, tackle boxes and fishing poles. We stayed in the canoe for about 20 minutes. LOL I am brave, SOMETIMES, but when we almost tipped and I started thinking about losing my cell, wallet, tackle, etc, and then I would have had to swim to a shallow enough area to flip the boat back over and all the hassle that would take, I just told Dave, lets head back in and hit a couple of bridges. The fish were there, though. We had a large snook, tarpon, or cuda feeding right beside the canoe at one point. It was pretty big too. Anyway, we ended up catching a schoolmaster and mangrove snapper, waded around scoping an area out for some more lobster (I did grab a big one, but it took off) for regular season that opens in a couple days, and we had a great time. Oh yea, a large shrimp jumped in the boat, too. I will not be heading out in the middle of the night any time soon in a canoe for shark, but maybe I will give it a try during the day.