The moon rises and sets at specific times, according to what phase it is in.
The new moon rises and sets at approximately the same time as the sun.
The first quarter moon rises at mid-morning and sets at midnight. So it's at its height around dusk, not in the middle of the night.
The full moon rises at sunset and sets at sunrise. The full moon is the only moon that will be overhead in the middle of the night.
The last quarter moon rises around midnight and sets around mid-morning. So unless you're a late-owl, you've probably never even seen this moon.
With the end of February fast approaching, I have posted the New and Full moon phases for all you avid anglers so you can plan any outings you may have in store for your favourite body of water.