I`d be very grateful for any info regarding huss marks on the Llyen or Angelsey,as it`s a species i intend to target this summer.
sampeg said:Yes you will catch in daylight.
Although the huss and conger appear more at night, we catch them during the day too.
Generally speaking the big fish action tends to coincide with slack water. Low water slack being the preferred time for some. I definitely recommend fishing these marks a few times in daylight before tackling a night session for the first time.
You will get a handle on how far (Or short) to cast before hitting the serious tide run. Not to mention the length of rope the inshore lobster pots have on them to
deal with the tide. (A regular pain in the arse when set too close)
During daylight the spinning action for pollack and Mackerel can be excellent.