Well yesterday afternoon another cold front hit us here for our first february florida keys fishing day, and looks to be chilly for another couple of days. It was blowing hard 20-25mph out of the north/northeast this morning making for a chilly/bumpy ride into the backcountry but several guides made the journey. It proved to be a pretty decent day fishing the backcountry of islamorada. Capt. Rick Stanczyk reported a good mix of redfish, black drum, sheepshead, trout, and snapper at east and middle cape. They also caught some nice trout and a baby goliath grouper on the way home. The waters were very low in the backcountry with the hard north wind which should hold through tomorrow. Capt. Bill Bassett had part of the same party, they stuck in east cape and poled some of the shallow runoffs, also catching a mix of redfish, black drum, and even a handful of snook. Remember Bud n' Mary's can accommodate islamorada group fishing parties of several dozen people! Capt. Perry Scuderi reported a similar bite. Capt. Dave Sisung stayed closer to home, they got this nice snook as well nearby february islamorada fishing. So if your wondering yes there was some good fishing today if you could brave the ride, always options here when backcountry fishing florida keys!