Over last weekend the first real cold front of the winter hit the Tampa Bay area. We had 2 nights in a row where the overnight temperature got down to right around 40 degrees. This quick cold snap really dropped the water temps. all around the bay.
Over the next few days fish should be moving in larger numbers into the rivers and farther back into the mangroves. This morning I spooked a half dozen big snook laying in a dark mud creek in about 12" of water. For those of us who love to hunt the skinny water it's game time.
Over the next 6 days negative low tides will continue. Recently we have been able to wade sandbars all over the place. Below are a few shots of the recent conditions.
The low water has provided some great opportunity to sight cast to Big Reds and Snook that are following mullet schools..
Over the next few days we are forecast for warm weather to return. Give us a call if you would like to get out on the water.