This is just an observation of what I've seen these past few years but go me or seems like snook are making their way further north and that very much excites and frightens me. A few years ago catching a snook around Jacksonville was unheard of but these last few years with the weather getting warmer and warmer I've seen quite a few caught, no size but still snook in north east Florida. As someone who typically at least once a year heads south to hunt these fish this excites me that I might within a few years be able to catch them somewhat regularly in my home waters. But it also scares me, if one of the most aggressive inshore fish is moving in the potential impact on our other fisheries here is astronomical. I appreciate all opinions, do you think they'll stay in their home range and just keep getting the few stragglers up here or are we possibly looking at a proper population of snook possibly being up here after a few more warm winters?