Well I think most of us here in the Islamorada area are glad the month is almost over. The weather was unseasonably warm the first week, but the latter part of February got cold and windy. With March looming on the horizon it will be a warmer month and we will see what the wind will do. The past few Marches Tarpon fishing has been very good, as the breezes were light and the temps were warm. February was good for the Spanish mackerel in the gulf. Guides struggled in the Flamingo area with some good catches of Snook and Reds with Drum and Sheepshead mixed in. But there were many slow days too on the Snook, etc. in the Everglades National Park waters. With so much West and North wind guides fished the ocean patches and did very well catching lots of Legal Yellowtail and Porgies and Hogfish. The last two days it has been in 49 and 41 degrees on my front porch, Brrrr. This morning it is 62 degrees, but still windy. The next three days are forecast to be warm and calm, so I am going fishing.