So the full moon is supposed to be what drives bluegill fishermen to the point of insanity knowing that spawning is about to begin and limits are about to be easily met within only a couple of hours out in the boat... but hey thats in the spring..... What about in the dead heat of August. Its over 100degrees and water temps are reaching 91 degrees. Chances of finding a fish on a bed this time of year is like winning the lottery. Its time to fish patterns and that means lots of practice when your fishing in creeks and rivers like we do around here. Ive patterend several groups of fish and found how they move what turns them on, depths they move to and structure they preffer but theres one thing I cant figure out. WHY DONT THEY BITE ON A FULL MOON! Talk about stressfull. My dad has seen these amazing catches that ive been making and decided to drive 4 hours and have a fishing trip with me remembering times when he fished the same creeks and rivers years ago and his hauls were half of mine on his best days. Of course its a full moon on this weekend that he came and our catch was still good to him but made me feel ignorant to the fact that this is the only times I cant catch the fish that I want. Anybody got any advice on full moon fishing when bedding season is over with?