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Re: Green Pleasure Pier vs. Cabrillo Mole (stats)
Posted by gyozadude (Moderator - Posts: 5755)
on May-21-08 8:37am
(In reply to: Green Pleasure Pier vs. Cabrillo Mole (stats) posted by Ken Jones on May-20-08 6:21pm)
For the sport-angler looking to pick a fight, rather than fish or points per hour, would calories spent fighting fish with fish-on per hour or something similar be appropriate? I think using [fight] per [hour] would put the Mole on top.
Using points or fish per hour becomes more of a test of how fast one can re-bait their hooks, drop, catch, and then unhook and release the fish when clearly, the fish are abundant.
But with a system based on [fight]/[hr] then spending more effort to go after the big fish will yield more returns, especially since the fight of a single good sized fish can yield 10 minutes of pure exertion at 100% effort and 20 times the body mass of a little fish. Where as small fish may only require 10 seconds of exertion at 10% effort expended to land. Also, with human utility, rarely are people linear in their thinking. IMO, a 100 second fight with a 10 lb fish isn't just 10X better than a 10 second fight with a 1 lb fish. It's likely to be the highlight of a memorable trip.
|Link: Gyozadude's Pier Fishing Utils|
|Green Pleasure Pier vs. Cabrillo Mole (stats) Ken Jones - May-20-08 6:21pm|
|Re: Green Pleasure Pier vs. Cabrillo Mole (stats) gyozadude - May-21-08 8:37am|
|Cabrillo Mole with honorable mention for GPP baitfish - May-21-08 11:24am|
|Of course I always prefer an old wooden pier... Ken Jones - May-21-08 5:29pm|
|Concrete is sterile, wood is alive. :-) baitfish - May-21-08 7:07pm|
|There's always been a Batting Avg vs. HR debate... Ken Jones - May-21-08 5:27pm|
|Stats are stats but... Ken Jones - May-21-08 5:42pm|
|Is the time of day important ... pierhead - May-21-08 5:58pm|
|Sadly no but I think the Mole is better at night. Ken Jones - May-21-08 6:24pm|