Just got back from an all nighter at GI, came home with half a bucket. It was really slow picking since I was at the wall sitting between two generators. I picked up my light and move down the wall near the bridge and caught all of them there. Pretty big schools swimming by every 5 minutes but didn't want to take the jig. Then around 3:30am the squid started to get hungry and was attacking my jig 5 at a time. I didn't bring up 5 at a time, only manage one or none at a time. Around that time a big school of about 100 meds to large squids just floating around my light not really moving.
water was really calm the whole night. I think thats why squid wasn't really going after the jigs. I find that I do better when the water is kinda ruff and not a lot of lights around.
Earlier that night a big ray like the one poster earlier was swimming by. Couple of people manage to snag and hook it with 4 rods on the bridge. They tried to pick it up by the rock wall but all the lines snap. Also some guy fishing for striper on the bridge with 3 pretty big poles. He lost one of his pole over the bridge into the water. When something took hold of hit, maybe some big striper?
Well I'm freaking tired went there at 5pm after working a 10hr shift. I'm getting some sleep.
p.s. any one went of FF last night? and how did they do?
Too bad they didn't all fall in and get electrocuted by the ray....morons. Yeah let's mame the ###### out of it with trebles and then lose it. I wish I was there, damn I wish I was there.