Absolutely, but I should have been a little clearer. On nights where there is a favorible wind blowing, if it's very strong, say 15-20+, they don't seem to chew as much as if it's a lighter wind of about 5-15. That's been something consistent I've noticed over the last year or so. In a lot of other places if the water is snotty and choppy, I do well with rockfish, but for some reason that hasn't panned out there.Depends on which way the winds are blowing not how much.
It was definately the wrong something. Something not good. Not good at all... I was forced to go home and :beer: Whats the deal with the wind? Don't fish fish on opposing tides? ie. ebb tie with a N-NE wind hummin? As far as lures go I was tossing a dark green gulp mullet flavored (mmmmm. gooood). It produced the last trip. Anyway, the fionce was tossing a glow paddle with a green tail that also produced last trip out. They were both your average 3-4" with 3/8o.z leadhead. And it was peak current. Oh well, if the wind cooperates I'm gonna say to hell with that and try to hit the highrise Friday night for some moocows.Wrong lure grasshopper.