Be careful what you wish for. Our never-ending summer heat has been put to a halt by an extremely cold air mass. It can confuse the fish when water temperatures drop more than 5 degrees in a few days. This week, temperatures will be a few degrees warmer in deeper waters. Eventually we'll get back into the 80s again and the action will intensify, but for the next few days we'll be traveling a bit farther offshore, even on our shorter trips. This will allow us to get to some warmer water. Before the cold front passed, we caught some kingfish, Spanish mackerel and amberjack. They were eager to grab our offerings in about 50 feet of water. Hopefully the gag grouper will start to move into our shallower rocks. Cold fronts get them to migrate our way. Look forward to more action as this week progresses. A few species may be a bit finicky until they adjust to the water temperature changes. The good thing about fall cold fronts is the warming trends in between. We have a nice forecast for the rest of this week. For the next few months, look at the forecast then pick the right days to fish in between the fronts.Dave Mistretta captains Jaws Too out of Indian Rocks Beach. Call (727) 439-2628 or visit jawstoo.com.