have gotten emails from several customers concerned that their packages
have been lost because they are late and/or tracking data shows them to
have been in the Jersey City sorting facility for days.
Those packages are now moving. Most have been delivered already.
understand that shopping online this year has been unprecedented, and the
USPS, UPS and FedEx are trying to run beyond their capacity. In the 10
years I have been shipping packages, (thousands and thousands of
packages), the USPS has NEVER lost a Priority Mail package, and has lost
only two or three First Class packages. Please be patient. Your
packages will arrive.
I have always been told that the best time to go fishing is, well....when you can. For most of us, a bevy of life’s undertakings dictate the time available for such endeavors. Because of this, I have never really considered the influence that things like the barometer, the moon, and the temperature will have on the fishes' activity. That’s not to say that I have ignored them altogether, as I certainly will not fish for trout when water temps get too warm. But, as a whole, those influencers weren’t going to change my available time for fishing, so why even consider them?
Well, that changes for me this year. I am not much of a New Year's resolution kind of guy, but the turning of the calendar is a good time to take stock of things, and one of the fishing related items on my list is info/journal keeping. I kept a pretty detailed journal several years back, and remembered enjoying the process, and as all fishermen are liars, found that the recorded notes often varied from memory. There is much info written about the effects of things like the barometer and solunar tables have on fishing, and with many smartphone apps available, I was wondering what many of you do? I’m sure that among us, there are those that have kept pretty good records and might share their experiences. Any strong indication that moon phase made a difference? What about barometer? Any phone apps that prove to be accurate? We have all experienced epic days and not so good days, question is, did anyone record the variables that may have influenced those? So chime in and share the knowledge.
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The hooks are sharp.
The coffee's hot.
The fish are slippery when wet.