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Sadly no but I think the Mole is better at night.
Posted by Ken Jones (Skipper - Posts: 11990)
on May-21-08 6:24pm
(In reply to: Is the time of day important ... posted by pierhead on May-21-08 5:58pm)
Rock wrass, senorita and sheephead sleep at night which primarily leaves bass and sharks at night at the GPP. However a couple of years ago I was fishing at the pier at night when I saw a flying fish take off just out from the pier and sail fifty or more feet in the air (I assumed a seal was after it). I wondered what would happen if you tried fishing at night with a couple of small hooks baited with pile worms under a float. It would be neat catching a flying fish.
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