At Pass yesterday a few of us came across a massive cloud of Daphne on the launch side after a fairly steady 8 to 10 mph wind pushing that way all day. I couldn't tell how far down it went, but it started just under the surface, spanned anywhere between 3 and 4 feet wide and stretched about 30 yards parallel to the shore about 15' out. I reached in with my bailing bucket and there were a few hundred to a thousand in one scoop. I've spent a lot of time on the water but I've never seen that happen before. What I'm wondering is if it happens more often but it just happens deeper and we don't know it? Would there be anyway to predict where and when it might happen? If you ever come across it, don't pass it by, fish it! The fish were stacked in there and they readily ate the micro leech I showed them.