February 26th weekend bridge fishing

Hey folks, I usally come to the keys in July and fish the bridges for snapper(mostly mangrove). This is this first time coming down for the winter (weekend of Feb. 26). What should I expect? Is the bridge fishing the same winter or summer? Bigger or smaller fish? Should I use the same techniques i have been successful with in the summer? Thanks in advance!! I'm coming down from Port st Lucie Fl. I'll be staying in grassy key

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  • captainsalcaptainsal Posts: 94 Deckhand
    Nobody?????
  • BD27BD27 Posts: 1,179 Officer
    I don't fish the bridges ( I do sometimes by boat) I will tell you this it's been flat calm down here all week and there is a boat on every piling on the 7 mile. My guess is that something is moving thru . You werent very specific as to your techniques , I would say lighten up you line in clear water and you can go heavier if the water is dirty. You do have some good bridges near grassy though
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  • captainsalcaptainsal Posts: 94 Deckhand
    Thank you for the replies
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