Originally Posted by damfisher
........almost forgot your second question. You'd best avoid strong current areas, but if you do fish them go at slack tide. In weak current areas the fish are harder to predict. Best advice is to go when you can and keep a log to identify the ideal conditions for the specific spots you like to fish. One more tip- an approaching cold front is a good thing. I'll have an article on blackfish behavior coming out later this year in The Fisherman which will explain more about this, and in better detail. Right now, get on google earth and start looking for areas to check out. Finding togs is a 365/day/year project!
Good stuff , thank you. I didn't even think about google earth.