The recent cold front has changed up the mix, clearing the water up even further, and the water levels have also dropped, making for some prime sight fishing conditions. Sea trout continue to be the focus, with both numbers and quality fish around. Soft plastics, live shrimp, and flies such as the Shrimp Tease fished along shorelines with current and drop-offs have all been effective. Redfish are also being caught in solid numbers on the flats and along shorelines up and down the IRL. Snook are around, but the cooler temps have them pretty lethargic right now. Sebastian Inlet has produced a lot of Snook and larger Redfish in the evenings, on flare jigs and live bait and the surf has produced quite a few Bluefish and Spanish Mackerel, along with a few Snook still. Spoons and metals have produced the best. Pompano action has been a little sporadic, but some good days have been had with sand fleas and clams, with the Cove area being about as consistent as anywhere.