Got to the pier at 6 am. I forget what tide it was. There was moderate wind, but otherwise conditions were relatively calm. I started off a little past the lifeguard tower fishing mussels on a fishfinder rig with a long leader. No bites for a little over an hour, so I moved just behind the Rubys on the North side. Like last week, there was a huge quantity of bait. I started off fishing a light sabiki (Hayabusa sz 3), and after a couple casts, caught three mackerel at once. I switched to a high-low rig and fished mackerel chunks for a couple more mackerel. I then switched to a mini-jig (21 gram coltsniper), and began catching consistently, usually catching a fish per cast, sometimes doubling up. Around 8:30, the mackerel seemed to disperse, with only a couple sporadic bites. After about an hour of slow action, fish began to boil on the bait on the south side. I was able to catch four bonito and popped two off, along with more mackerel before the wind picked up at around 11. I left by 11:30.