Monday, May 1, 2017

The Blues Continue

Fished with Doug and friends on Friday afternoon. It was epic. We caught blues from 10-16 pounds almost non stop until dark. Lots of double and triple headers. All on jigs. Pro Tip: Water has high specific heat. That means it heats up and cools down slowly. Air has low specific heat and is prone to more dramatic temperature changes. As a result, the ocean water temperature is basically the average of the air temperature over time. Example: If all other things are equal, and the high temp was 70 and the low was 60 the water temp should be 65. This is a gross oversimplification and many other factors come into play but the idea is the same.

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