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A quintuplet of hot takes to help finish your 2020 surf fishing season on a positive note.
Clearly, recent decades have witnessed trends in both surf fishing for blues and striped bass, and to remain connected to the fish during these changes, anglers need to adapt on the run.
While some get discouraged going into November by the size of the fish around, this isn’t the time to put the rods away yet.
The November surf can provide a good dose of rod bending action before the curtain closes on the season.
Trimming some hair can affect the casting distance, sink rate, swing rate and profile of your bucktail.
You can use your own variation of small belt bags and pouches but the key is to keep it light.
Atlantic Striped Bass is among the species found to be below average while others flourish in the 2020 juvenile striped bass survey.
While there is no substitute for time spent in the surf, there is more to consistent success than simply putting in long hours.
Too heavy a leader will alter lure performance, are more affected by wind and current, and good knots are more difficult to tie.
Situational strategies & scenarios for the fall run.
Know when to hold ‘em, and when to fold ‘em, to maximize your results in the surf.
Being prepared and keeping things simple can help you adapt quickly to a variety of surf fishing scenarios. a
The simplicity and mobility of a fat tire bike makes it the perfect alternate candidate for cruising the beach.
Glide baits project a profile all their own, cast well and hold their own in heavy surf.