Left Sherman Cove about 0730, stopped for some pinfish and headed to the Liberty ship. A little choppy on the way out, but it calmed real nice by about 9. Anyway, got to the Liberty Ship, dropped a pinfish and bam - fish on. Amberjack, short, 24" but a great fight. Dropped another Pinfish, bam, beautiful red snapper back he goes. Drop another pinfish - nothing, nothing, nothing. Well, let me get my sabiki out and try for some bait while I wait. Dropped it tipped with squid and bam, sure feels like a big ol' baitfish. Nope, 13" trigger. In the cooler. Switched my main rod to frozen cigar and get another snapper. Drop another cig, light hit, bait stole. This happens 4 or 5 more times. Go to smaller hook, drop cut cigar, bam another trigger. 14" in the cooler. That's about it for me. My buddy also caught 3 or 4 Snapper. Great day on the water again. Thank goodness for sick days!!! I never have cleaned or eaten trigger fish before, but through advice I learned on here I came home and fillet'd them. No problem once you get through the rock hard skin! I'll eat them tomorrow, I've heard they are good fried up. I'll let you know.