Trout: Not a terribly hot bite but on these guys. Look for a grassy flat with 1-5 feet of "clean" water. popping corks with a average sized live shrimp or white bait is a sure shot. Cast as far as you can ahead of your drifting boat till you find the fish on the flat. Gulp swimming minnows on a jig head have been a great artificial choice.
Red Fish: Some big fish over slot fish have been coming from the local passes on outgoing tides. Anglers have reported drifting pin fish and doing very well. 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 4 inch Gulp shrimp in new penny.
Snook: Tons of these guys loaded up near the local passes. Focus on structure, current, and bait. Best live baits have been live pin fish in the harbor and shiners in the Myackka and peace rivers. A great artificial that has been working well is the new Mambo Mullet.
Tarpon: Tons of little guys in the canals, Myakka and peace rivers and bridges at night. live white bait is working well, but throwing a swim bait has been the best bet.
Gulf / Offshore your reefs and wrecks within 9 miles have been producing some nice snapper, and some smaller grouper. Out past 30 miles we have seen some nice snapper, big red grouper, sails, tuna jumping but hard to hook, and a few reports of marlin out 100 or so miles.
Best bet: Walking the beach of fishing near the passes and beaches in the early morning hours for snook cursing.