Fishing right after a cold front can sometime be difficult. In my experience I find the fish up in shallow water. When these fish move in they can be hard to locate but as soon as you find them, they are usually stacked up pretty good.
This cold front was no exception, we started out in 7-8ft. of water looking for snook only to find scattered Redfish and other species such as Snapper, Sheepshead, and Flounder. Made the move to 4-5 ft and found a nice school of Snook willing to eat our live Sardines. After some chumming to get them fired up they provided hours of exciting action, taking drag screaming runs and jumping through the air. Fall is here and the fishing will only get better so book your trip now!