Well, despite the choppy forecast on Saturday, Pat,Jim , Jared, and I took off in search of blue water.. the latest terrifin showed the blue water up north... we headed towards baker... hit a decent weedline inshore of the aransas banks.. we stopped and dropped some jigs.. Jim picked up one chicken but the rest wouldnt bite.. we decided to troll it for a while.. as the water was green and ugly and the wind made it difficult to make a bait swim properly.. we trolled the weedline till it petered out with nothing to show.. we decided to head straight offshore and look for the blue water. we stopped on the rock to make a couple of drops to no avail. we put out our wahoo king lures and were attempting to fast troll out there, when my starboard motor alarm kept sounding.. I just couldnt get the proper trolling speed to pull them... so we put some smaller stuff and decided not to go further offshore.. the scattered weeds made it darn near impossible to troll anything... so we made it back inshore to southern and the water had less weed but was ugly green..current was ripping too... Nada..... we left there and headed to an inshore spot and managed to pick up just one shy of a 4man limit of legal snapper and one strawberry grouper. There were some big hardtails and a couple of sharks caught too.... Never had a knockdown all day....... All snappers and groupers were caught on jigs.... I guess it was a sucessful trip, in that nothing major broke and nobody got hurt.. we made it back to the house by 7:30// Ate some fresh snappper for dinner.. and promptly went to sleep.. I want to thank Pat for putting us up at his house and for the use of his dock. Jim and Jared, thanks for the hard work on deck.. you guys are always welcome on my boat.. Sorry that we didnt do better on the fish count..