|Wahoo filter into the Ridge and banks on it, cows do whatever they want, often getting tough to hook, albacore travel, bluefin feed, seabass go into cleanup mode and try to pack some pounds back on, squid gets tougher, or easier, to make, as either new wads push in or established nests get the floaters wrapped away, there's shadows for the bass guys to do Spectra to fluorocarbon connections under, and try to figure out, with a little less in-the-dark squint in the eyes than two, four, six or eight weeks ago. Is that a small bass, rockfish, cabezon or a sculpin coming through the moonlight towards an outstretched hand?
This is the moon phase when things change, move in, go away, and big tides bring anew. Late spring and late fall is when tricks turn into treats under the moonlight.
Paying attention to moons and tides and the flow of it all will pay more dividends than any set of numbers or inside dope. Combine the two, or three, and things come as close to falling together as it gets.
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