time to go Dolphin fishing.
I have always been one to subscribe to a contrarian view in every aspect of
my life. Whether it was musically in my younger days in punk bands, investing
in the stock market or fishing inshore or offshore, the fact is that it pays
to go against the grain and you'll learn more from this method than you ever
will swimming with the current. This article with highlight those against the
current methods and techniques. I gotta say that the parallels between the stock
market and fishing are amazing, they are all about doing your due dilagence...it's
all about doing your homework to make sure that you are there before everyone
else catches on and by the time you hear everyone talking about it and piling
on you are planning your exit and ready to move on. That's exactly what's going
on right now offshore as I write this article. Everywhere you look, every magazine
you read, every website and fishing report you read talks about the Tuna bite,
and that's fine, they are a great fish to target but while everyone has that
tunnel vision that leaves a wonderful untapped Dolphin bite waiting for......me.
And it's not just Dolphin but Albies, Skippjack, Spanish Macks and yes a few
football Tuna to boot. This process is simple and this is the way I approach
it step by step......
single day whether I am going to run or not I go through my weather check list
to get a pace on the low pressure systems, the amount of time it takes for the
weather to travel across the country, telling me when it will arrive in our
will then study the marine forecasts both inshore as well as offshore (Hudson
canyon - Baltimore canyon) no matter how far I plan to run, because all swells
come from offshore and move west and will eventually be inshore.