As TimL mentioned wind is going to be an issue in March, so kayak fishing the jetties may not be a safe option. If you're wanting to fish the north jetty I would just take the Ferry out in the morning without the kayak and just walk it.
Here's a Google Map
with kayak launches on the coast.
LHL is a good option, that offers protection from winds. The spring tides will be in full swing, so there will be lots of water. On the island you could launch at Island Moorings or Shamrock Cove. From Island Moorings you can paddle south first thing in the morning against lighter winds and work your way back. For the most part it's shallow water and great for reds, but closer to East Flats or the drains into the channels will offer trout. Shamrock offers various flats of a variety of depths. The first flat from the launch is fairly shallow and I typically skip over it unless I see signs of reds on the flats. The two flats north of the launch (Big Skinny Cove & Little Skinny Cove) or the hole towards the east (Spanish Islands) are worth a drift. You'll have to paddle back into the winds but there are enough islands to offer protection and the bottom is shallow and firm so you can easily take breaks if needed.
As far as lures go, keep it simple:
Bone Super Spook Jr
Plum/Chartreuse, Pumpkinseed/Chartreuse, and Salt & Pepper/Chartreuse soft plastics
1/4oz weedless gold & silver spoons
1/16 & 1/8oz jigheads
Gold Glitter 3" DOA shrimp