Another cold front arrived this week dropping the water temperatures down into the 60s. Yesterday found me fishing the back bays of the 10,000 Islands late in the afternoon. The first point we fished was clear and low on the outgoing. Sure enough, in less than six inches of water a good snook lay suspended at a tiny outflow in the shore. First cast, long slow strip, and we were connected. We continued to pick up fish all along this shore in 69 degree water using a Neon Knight. I have heard many say that snook don't feed in less than 70 degree water. I disagree and know the fishing can be good when you have a plan.