After getting utterly humiliated in the morning, I decided the weather was too nice to stay inside, so I went back to the pier at 3pm. Until about 4 there were schools of sardines around the south side, while casting further yielded small mackerel. However, whenever a sabiki hit the bottom, it was immediately jumped on by tiny (bocaccio?) rockfish. From 4 to until I left by 6:30, the sardines dispersed, and mackerel bite moved to the north side.