By Capt. Josh Greer
One of the nice things about Florida weather is our mild winters. But for a fisherman, a winter that comes in fits and starts can be highly frustrating.
See, fish don’t act the same in winter as they do in fall. In a “normal” year, by mid-December we should be moving into a winter pattern — water temperatures in the 60s, no baitfish to be found, lots of sheepshead on the inshore reefs, snook headed up the rivers, and big trout abundant and biting well.
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