As cold fronts rear to a standing halt, and the wind blows out of a different direction everyday, a change in the seas becomes so ever apparent. Mud clouds in the water stretch out into deep oceanic abyss, traveling 20-25 miles out with visibility in the water of only 5-10 feet at best. Fish are seemingly gone at the looks of the ocean and fish finder, but do not let that fool you. Drop a bait in the mud and see what comes up. Countless red snapper sporadically swarm the deep water ledges, with vermillion, lane and yellowtail snapper mixed within them. Cut and whole squid, filled with scent, seem to be working best as far as bait goes, in the attraction of bottom dwellers, providing for a highly active day for the anglers behind the rods. Blackfin tuna have been hitting the flat-line, as well as a few kingfish and monster bluefish. Cobia begin their randomly timed spring run to the north to spawn, with big packs of small and large fish present. Gag groupers have begun eating live and dead baits lately as the big spawners have most likely already released their eggs and are now becoming hungry once again. Soon enough the waters all around will become crystal clear as the summer heat moves in, as well as the fish. Be prepared for another stellar Mahi Mahi run in April and May as the past 3 years have been absolutely amazing fishing during these months.