|The end of the pier had an OK crowd from 1530-1900, although the cluelessness factor was very high -- lots of roundhouse casting w/o opening the bail, that sort of thing. Also, I have never understood why one should stand on a mackerel to unhook it.
The macks were sporadic on the incoming tide, meaning you could get about 15/hr flylining, but with a fair bit of time to look around. Mostly small, 8-10" range. A few jack mackerel and large jacksmelt came up from down in the pilings. Cool SE breeze and murky water with a little too much loose salad, but a decent day to be out.