Inshore/Nearshore Cold Fronts & Wind

Hey there, inexperienced inshore guy here. Do the cold fronts and win really turn off the fish as much as everyone says they do? Have some time coming up this weekend and next week to do some inshore fishing out of Collier Bay/Capri Pass area but most of the people I've talked to make the weather forecast sound like a death sentence. 

Any tips? Look for the cleanest water? 

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  • 10kman10kman Posts: 325 Deckhand
     One fisherman said at our fishing club meeting after three
    or less of any kind of weather,the fish will start biting.Make
    sense,fish moving around burn up energy,so can not go a
    long time w/o eating.
  • Golfn1Golfn1 Posts: 23 Greenhorn
    I’ve had success with near shore reefs for Spanish, odd pompano, blue runners, blue fish and sharks, if you are ok with 2.5 footers. Inshore, I was able to catch sheepies, trout and snook fishing docs on the protected side of Capri.  Water is much cleaner. Good luck !
  • Golfn1Golfn1 Posts: 23 Greenhorn
    Also, read the Rose marina fishing Reports, they have useful info. 

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