An excellent thread was started recently on another fishing forum I regularly participate in. It had to do with planning fishing trips around the best days indicated on the Hawaiian calendar for fishing. One of the members on that forum worked on some graphs indicating days and confirmed catches for one year. The information is by no means conclusive, but the possible trends toward good and not so good fishing are a little too interesting for me to ignore. A few days per lunar month in particular, have large spikes in Pelagic catches. I will not reveal what days these are for the simple fact that I respect his contribution and he did post it in the forums secret section. The varied conditions on each productive moon phase day, in each month throughout the year, should be enough to rule out the argument that more people fish and therefore catch in favorable i.e. calm conditions. There were most likely a wide range of conditions/tides on the productive days throughout the year. Does anybody here, weather and schedule permitting of course, look to the Hawaiian calendar for guidance to fish productive moon phase days? If so, how much do you think the moon phase affects your fishing? In my experience. When as many influencing factors are in alignment for a given fishing day, the results are usually fish in da box I thought we could start some discussion on the matter here....any takers?