Islamorada fishing guide Capt. Jim Willcox fished a full day today on 12/29/11. They ran deep into the everglades all the way up to the cape area of the mainland. The cool weather from the cold front we've had the last day often turns these fish on - and it did today! They caught lots of redfish, sheepshead, trout, black drum in some of the different creeks. They also caught this monster snook! The wind layed down today to a nice 10 knots or so in the AM, and was even lighter by this afternoon almost turning out of the west. Capt. Rick Stanczyk reported a decent spanish mackerel bite this morning along with plenty of blue runners, ladyfish, and mangrove snappers. They also caught a 250 lb hammerhead shark but unfortunately it got wrapped in the leader before we could snap a picture. This afternoon he fished another party and they caught several snappers, sheepshead, jacks, a nice pompano, and a few big trout! Capt. Perry Scuderi looked like he had some nice hogfish this afternoon, he was able to sneak out to the patches!