With a cold front pushing through today, conditions are going to be a bit tough over the next few days, with Friday looking to be an improvement. The Indian River has continued to produce some pretty good Seatrout catches, mostly on Gulp Shrimp and other soft plastics along the drop-offs of spoil islands and deeper shorelines. Snook have shown up in greater numbers around docks and deeper shorelines, falling for DOA CALs and Mirrodines. Redfish have been a bit tougher with the water a little dirtier due to the recent winds. In the surf, Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish are still the best bet, with a few Snook starting to spread out on the beaches. Spoons and metal jigs have done the best. Offshore looks like a bust for the next few days, but there have been some Kingfish and Dolphin catches, so hopefully it will calm soon so everyone can catch a few. The inlets have also been a bit off for Snook, but theis weather change should spark some activity.