why dont the fish bite when theres no sea colour! im not even sure what this means .
Because the food mass is massive throughout the summer months crabs peeling all over the place and cod do get territorial where there is plenty of food and adapt to the long sunny days in shallow water where they can feed at will through the kelp ,these fish will feed far more throughout the day than through darkness as i am sure they feed by sight other than in darkness its a completly different scenario than winter cod fishing, filey brigg fishes very good for cod through the summer with fresh peeler catching cod from the shore in summer in tea shirts a lot of anglers on this forum look as if they have never done this i am sure will take great pleasure doing this than freezing to death through the winter.I always find it funny how in summer off the rocks you will not get a cod unless its completely flat and the water is crystal clear. I've had red cod to 8 pounds in the middle of summer under such conditions. Do you know why they behave in the opposite way through summer dabcatcher ?