It's 6:00 a.m. as I make my way outside to confirm the Internet weather forecast. Overhead, the stars are still bright and the large Coconut palms vaguely remind me of overturned starfish struggling to right themselves. In the cool stiff breeze, I smile, it's going to be a good day of Bone fishing in the Florida Keys. It's fall and the first cold front of the season is on its way down through the island chain. With the cold fronts, expect breezy conditions, cooler water temperatures and big Bonefish.