Yes. The trend is probably threefold: more stingrays (maybe due to warmer water?), greater numbers of harbr seals and of course a spike in GW's patrolling our beaches. Bait density seems about the same, more or less.You started this in 2015.
After this. Do you see a seasonal trend? Or bait patterns? That would keep them that close to the shore? Or is it pupping season?
Hopefully the nuclear waste that Edison is dumping at SanO will drive them out. Either that or maybe it will just create a Godzilla-esque freak of a GW'sThey've been cruising through Sano and Trails lineups since they buried the whale in front of the power plant years ago, but the last month or so the frequency has skyrocketed. I don't even surf Sano all that much and I'd see one usually 2x a year.
I was there the day before and saw one cruzing along the break.