Trout: Look for a grassy flat with 1-5 feet of "clean" water incoming to a high tides seems to be the best. Popping corks or clackers with a average sized live shrimp is a sure shot. Cast as far as you can ahead of your drifting boat till you find the fish on the flat. White or pink Gulp swimming minnows on a jig head have been a great artificial choice.
Red Fish: some big over slot fish have been coming from the local passes with usually a better bite on an outgoing tide. Anglers have reported drifting pin fish and live handpicked shrimp on the bottom and doing very well. other than the big over slots, Look for these fish around oyster, sand bars, drop offs, sandy pot holes and under docks. Best baits have been handpicked live shrimp, live pin fish, cut bait such as lady fish, mullet, pin fish or crab. For artificial baits you cant go wrong with a gold weedless spoon or a Gulp Shrimp in new penny.
Snook: lots of fish have pushed into the peace and Myakka Rivers with the cold temps. Focus on structure, current, and bait. Best live baits have been live pin fish in the harbor and live shiners in the Myackka and Peace rivers. A great artificial bait has been the live target swimming mullet.
Early morning flats fishing with an incoming to a high tide. fish with a live shrimp and popping cork. Tons of trout.