I was just wondering what input I could get on when you thought that blues were most active. From my experiences I have found that the bite is best during stable weather with steaady barometric pressure and on a day with light wind. It seems that windy days aren't too good, but then wind usually accompanies a front which will cause the barometric pressure to fall and kill the bite. I have learned that blues are very sensitive fish. what have you found that will cause the fish to move shallow, back off real deep?, or shut down altogether. I'm trying to pattern the local fish here on Badin and Tillery. Tomahawk has helped me a lot with them. Just curious what others have found. Thanks for the input!!