Winter time bonefishing
winter time is here and the cold air temperatures have finally made an appearance. As now, at least 2 cold fronts have rolled in through south Florida bringing the typical pre-frontal strong NW winds, along with clouds and some rain, followed by post-frontal NE winds and blue bird skies.
The bonefish and permit are very sensible species to changes in barometric pressure and water temperature.
If a cold front comes up and drops the water temperatures below the fish's comfort zone (usually below 65 degrees) they will immediately leave the shallows and move to deep water, to find a more comfortable and warmer thermo zone.
Remember that the fish don't have fans, heating or AC like humans. They adjust their body temperature by moving deeper or shallower into View more...