When the weather starts to cool down in January, fishing starts to heat up in Stuart, Florida, and the surrounding areas. The state’s Treasure Coast — from West Palm Beach to Sebastian — has a long history of spectacular winter sailfishing. In fact, Stuart just had its 59th-Annual Light Tackle Sailfish Tournament last month. Fishermen in the area have a tradition of trolling dead bait to catch this acrobatic species. Farther south, anglers use kites and live bait. On a good day, it’s not uncommon to catch between 10 and 20 sails.