Just watched yesterday's episode of Carolina Oudoor Journal where speck fishing was being highlighted. According to the Journal Note, " The spotted seatrout species is euryhaline; which means it tolerates a wide range in salinity levels. Its preference is low to medium salinity found in coastal waters and brackish estuaries." Also, it was the opinion of the guys fishing on the show that this is the best trout fishing season in many years. Anyone care to SPECKulate on that?