Coldest air in years will impact Bay Area fishing
Cold air from Canada will push through the Bay Area’s Gulf coast this weekend and have a big effect on our local fisheries, says Captain Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard’s Marina. Fish will migrate into Tampa Bay as far as they can, looking for dark mud to stay warm. Hopefully, they do move, especially the snook, which are more of a tropical species and don’t do well in the prolonged cold. The post-cold front bite should get better mid-week while near shore, especially.