At present there are no validated reports of any Sardine Activity anywhere in our area, so unless the netters are keeping secrets…. I would say that there is no action anywhere.
The SW wind has pulled through with a vengeance and the seas are big and angry, so I doubt that the netters’ boats are out.
The cold front will help to bring the Sardines up the coast and the NE wind which is going to come through on Thursday will cool the water, along the coastline, down a bit.
Hopefully this is the bit of a push that our elusive, silver friends need to make an appearance. It is believed that the sea surface temperature has to drop below 21 degrees for the Sardine Run to occur.
Today the surface temperature is 23 degrees.
I have seen big schools of Dolphins and Whales in the water, so I rekon that we are gonna wake up any day now and they are here.
Fishing is not looking too promising, unless you are an old-salt and you a huddled up behind a rock somewhere and throwing your spoon into some nice water.
East is Least and West is Best !!
Unfortunately these is alot of sand in the water, so unless you are hunting a Salmon, the conditions are not great.
There are reports of shad coming out in bits and pieces in the usual spots. Small and undersized, so leave them alone.