Striped Bass Fishing Surf Casting

Surfcasting is a very common and effective technique to fish for bass. It has the advantage of being able to have a good time at the seaside, only to meditate or friends for an aperitif. If this can make smile some, it is a very technical fishing that will leave you empty handed if you’re not properly going. See instead!

Description

Surfcasting, which literally means fish in the wave, is a technique of incredible efficiency to fish for bass. It can be practiced throughout the day even if twilight is a good schedule. Bar is close indeed to the beaches for food of white crabs, worms and let’s run to the edge.
This fishing technique cannot be improvised as far from internetiest.com. You first need to understand the potentially best corners on a beach. This can be sand banks that are identified through the waves breaking. If the sea is calm, you better run not far from rocks that can be seen or known. Careful not to get too close either to avoid unnecessary cases.
We’re launching installation behind these benches of sand where the bar watching its prey or well next to the rocks. You must then ask the cane on the door-rod that is driven into the sand and which allows for the wire high enough. This has two benefits. The thread goes normally above the waves and algae that they charient, what makes that the Assembly does not move. And secondly, it prevents the fisherman or any other person to take the lead and spoil the fishing.
Once the cane is in water, it remains to wait for the key that is either by the sound of the brake which turns on, or by the sound of a Bell that is fixed at the top of the cane.
There are two types of surfcasting.
The first says “go back”, is to start editing at low tide during the stall. Back then the cane with the tide leaving the Assembly in its place. This allows to obtain the distances of fishing that can go up to 250 or even 300 m.
The second is stationary surfcasting where one does not necessarily account the tide and Sin distances are generally less important. This technique allows to prospect more ground laterally on a beach.

Fixtures, bait and use

Fixtures, bait and use
Once the spot has been chosen, it is necessary to take bait fresh or alive.

Installation and use of sand Lance:
To catch a big bars, the best bait is the living Lance. This small fish had part of favorite big bars. Captured on the beaches, buried under the sand during the big tide using one rake, a shovel returned or another. You can also take it to the net in the tarps during the high tides. There is also fishing machine gun, must then identify a ban or falling top.
Strong points:
-Selective → we don’t get bars, and big
-Very attractive
-Easy use

Weak points:
-Very hard to find and keep living
-Takes on the hook

Editing
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Use
We’ll steal the sandeel between the eyes, on the lower lip or by the tail. The sting between the eyes reduces its life expectancy in the water.
We can also do a mount with two hooks to increase the chances of taking. A dive at the level of the tail and the other at the level of the lower lip.

Installation and use of the Lugworm:
We can use some lugworms (mud worms) that we get at low tide under the small mound in the form of coils. We can dig it up with a shovel or fork (the fork abyss less these fragile animals).
Strong points:
-Very attractive for the bar
-Is well on the hook
-Easy to find

Weak points:
-Difficult to escher
-Little selective → can take plaice, sole, yellow place… or even small bars must not hesitate to release.

Editing
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Use
We put on the worm at full length on a needle locher worms. We remove the tip of the needle on the tip of the hook and we poured the verse of the needle to the hook. The worms often has one of its ends on the bottom line. This technique has the advantage of not too much damage to and fix it so that the bar engame greed in full and suddenly.

Installation and use of the mackerel:
Pimps, according to the season can be used as bait for fishing at the bar to surfcasting. They work well at the end of the summer until November, when bars gorge themselves before heading offshore. We can easily fish them trolling with a machine gun by following the gulls who hunt. Otherwise, one can come across a few bans by chance. You can also catch the edge with a submachine gun on the dikes advancing far enough into the sea. Mackerel is fish that move a lot, there is not necessarily “right corner” at mackerel.

Highlights:
-Easy to find (if you have a boat or at the fishmongers)
-No need to keep them alive (still respect your catch and don’t abuse the resources of our seas! ☺)
-Is well on the hook
-Strong smell
-Easy to escher
Weak points:
-Less effective than vivid
-Strong smell (for our hands…)

Editing
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Use
Mackerel can stand up in net. If you put a whole NET, you increase your chances for a big bar but you can miss small.
It will take to fix the net in the spicy in two places in such a way that the skin is on the visible side for the bar. The mackerel flesh is fragile, do not hesitate to bind it around the hook with the thin wire.

Installation and use of the soft crab
Soft crabs are excellent for the bar. These soft crabs are crabs who are trying to turn (change shell). Their appearance is a little whitish. You can fish them by hand under stones or in the rocks at low tide. Soft crabs are rarer than hard crabs, so be patient when we pick them.

Strong points:
-Relatively easy to find
-Very attractive for the bar
-Is well on the hook
-Rather selective, some other species will go bite (bream or bar)

Weak points:
-Very difficult to escher and well present on the hook

Editing
See the video at the end of the article

Use
Many techniques to mount a crab exist and every fisherman will tell you that his is the best. We will present you two that we have tested for you.
The first is to make him pass a single hook at the level of the back legs that we will have removed beforehand. The crab will thus keep his mobility is will be more attractive to predators.
For the second, we offer Escher crab with two hooks, which will limit the risk of dropping out when throwing and limit losses when ferrer fish. With this method, the fish remain even more suspicious. We’ll pass a hook through the belly that comes out the back and the other the other way.
In both cases, for comfort, you can also bind crab.

Installation and use of the shrimp
The shrimp or the bouquet’s bait of choice for the bar, but also for sea bream. A shrimp alive, well presented is easy prey for our predators. You can the fish in the tarps with a net during low tide, or even directly by the beach. Be careful to keep her alive.

Strong points:
-Very attractive
-Easy to find
-Easy to escher

Weak points:
-Very fragile
-Bait to keep living

Editing
See the video at the end of the article

Use
The shrimp will hook very easily, we take it by the tail. There are also her ligate a bit for not damaging it when we run. Despite these precautions, it is rare that shrimp takes more than one shot. So this isn’t a bait of choice.

Installation and use of the knife:
The knife is a shell that can be easily found in the sand. However, it is not present on all beaches. At low tide, specifically during high tides, the knife exceeds a few centimetres of sand. You should approach him smoothly because it is a very wary animal. He can burrow at high speed. However, it does not go very deep. If you do not see one, try to find small holes on the beach in the form of 8 and put salt inside. Sometimes, the knives come out through this ploy.

Strong points:
-Can make the difference when you have no keys
-Relatively easy to find
-Easy to escher

Weak points:
-Less attractive than the rest in General
-Little selective

Editing
See the video at the end of the article

Use
The knife is simple to escher, just put it on or put it down in several places.

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Material

Cane
The range of surfcasting rods is very wide and it is not always easy to choose good material. This fishing technique, it requires to launch very far to have access to interesting places. Sizes range from 3 m 90 and 5 m or more. The size of the cane does not necessarily affect the distance (it’s more technique of the Launcher, it will take you train…). The size of the cane will be important if you are fishing in an area or the waves break far enough so that the wire can move over rolls and seaweed that they charient. To have some versatility in France, it is advisable to have a cane between 4 m 20 and 4 m 90. You can launch shots between 80 and 200 g.
Then you need to choose the one that suits you best depending on the budget you have. Two things to be careful all the same. The first is the quality of the rings, and especially of ceramics located inside. Rings of bad quality are weakening the braid or nylon when throwing. A tiny surface on the ceramic roughness can cut the wire net.
The second is the action of the rod. The tip action allows a more accurate throw, a better understanding of the keys and allow a better shoe.

Reel
For surfcasting, several criteria are for the purchase of a reel.
-Good protection against corrosion
-A capacity of 300 m in 40/100
-A minimum recovery of 70cm per turn of the crank
-Several ball bearing
-A brake located on the top of the drum and possibly a disengageable (which allows the fish to go with the bait in the mouth without feeling resistance)
For surfcasting to retreat, it is important to have a capacity slightly greater for not having a problem.

Wire
Debate within the community of surfcasting fishermen two schools for the wire. Nylon, nylon, braid or braid? Fishermen desk is for you a list of the pros and cons. You to make your choice.
Nylon
Benefits:
-Elastic thread
-Cheaper than the braid
-Transparent
-Less than vibration in waves (this can scare the most suspicious fish
Disadvantages:
-Less resistant over time
-For an equivalent wire resistance, the diameter of the nylon will be more important

Braid
Benefits:
-Best shots (less friction, best start of installation because no elasticity)
-Best shoeing
-Thinner diameter
-Better sensations during the fight because in direct contact with the fish.

Disadvantages:
-Most important vibration in waves
-Price important (need more fill a whole reel)
-Cutting when throwing

See for yourself!

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