Surface feeding in the broadwater/seaway/just offshore can happen at any time but is much more predictable in Autumn and late spring/summer. This year we pretty much were able to predict the GT’s and kingfish surface feeding(time of day within an hour timeframe) for almost 3 months straight before all the bait left in late May.
Right now all the bait is either well upstream or offshore, which is typical for this time of year. If we get a decent SE blow then that bait might get pushed into the seaway and we might get more surface feeding.
Once we hit October and the frogmouth pilchard schools arrive, the surface action should go into overdrive, at least in the early morning and late afternoons. Its what i call the summer surface season.