Hey folks, i'm a longtime boater but newbie kayaker. This post is a little late, but I fished the sound last weekend while the family was on vacation. I launched at the coast guard station beside the fishing center and fished out behind the coast guard station mostly. Throwing gulps and suspending baits (mirrorlures and badonk-a-donks) I caught roughly 15 - 20 trout each trip. Most were short, but i did manage a few 15's, an 18 and a 20. Most fish were caught on a falling tide, in 3-4 feet of water, up next to the reeds. I caught all the fish while staked into the sand, none drifting. One day in particular the trout were especially aggressive. I would toss out the suspending baits and as it rolled past a little drop the trout would flash on it and absolutely smash it...good fun. I also caught a few flounder, but all were short. Mixed in were some croaker. Nothing huge, but fun fishing for sure. With the number of small trout in there right now I have good hope for this fall. Most of those fish I was catching will be nice size by then. Good luck.