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Your best 5 surf lures to fish with!

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14 hours ago, Mr. Bigdeal said:

Right now.....Yo-Zuri 3D Inshore Twitchbait...Mullet and/ or Peanut Bunker.......remove the trebles and put on VMC 2/0 Singles......sluggin' em.

You fishing off the rocks with these?  Great lures but a little difficult to cast from the beach..........no?

 

 

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Not at all.....depending on your set-up, I'm fishin' a 8 1/2 ft. Rainshadow with a Cabo 40 w/ 20lb. Fireline and a 20lb Floro leader.....been fishing rock piles.....the way I fish'em is, on the initial cast at the same time the plug hits the water I impart a health yank creating a nice splash....then just let it sit quite a few, then twitch it, then let it sit a few more......usually that triggers it, they see it they eat it..... if not I bring'em in, in a staggered "walkin' the dog" fashion....and repeat.

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4 hours ago, Mr. Bigdeal said:

Not at all.....depending on your set-up, I'm fishin' a 8 1/2 ft. Rainshadow with a Cabo 40 w/ 20lb. Fireline and a 20lb Floro leader.....been fishing rock piles.....the way I fish'em is, on the initial cast at the same time the plug hits the water I impart a health yank creating a nice splash....then just let it sit quite a few, then twitch it, then let it sit a few more......usually that triggers it, they see it they eat it..... if not I bring'em in, in a staggered "walkin' the dog" fashion....and repeat.

True....I have some light tackle set-ups that can fire unweighted soft plastics a good ways out there.

 

Just curious though, with the set-up you mention above, how far can you get that into the wash?  

 

 

 

 

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I rediscovered the Rebel Jumpin Minnow this year, and it has caught a lot of fish. Besides that, pretty similar to everyone else:

 - Talkin' popper

 - bucktail

 - epoxy jig

 - SP minnow

 

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18 hours ago, yogiiiboy said:

True....I have some light tackle set-ups that can fire unweighted soft plastics a good ways out there.

 

Just curious though, with the set-up you mention above, how far can you get that into the wash?  

 

 

 

 

Hmmm....somewhere around 90 yrds. depending on the wind naturally.

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How about for Ocean County sandy beaches fishing for stripers and blues? Do many guys use darters and needlefish?

 

Seems like diamond jigs, bucktails, soft plastic/ jig head, teaser, popper of some kind or little neck swimmer?

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The 5 best? There is only one for me... Teasers. Lots of times I fish double teasers hi-lo tipped with pork rind... it casts a mile, even if 10ft seas with wind... and... I have yet to be standing on a sandy beach with other people present and been outfished while using it. Finding fish, going at the right time, etc... THAT PART msy not come together. But if im on a beach catching fish and other people are present, cant say I have ever seen the teasers get outperformed.

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20 mins ago, FishinDVM said:

The 5 best? There is only one for me... Teasers. Lots of times I fish double teasers hi-lo tipped with pork rind... it casts a mile, even if 10ft seas with wind... and... I have yet to be standing on a sandy beach with other people present and been outfished while using it. Finding fish, going at the right time, etc... THAT PART msy not come together. But if im on a beach catching fish and other people are present, cant say I have ever seen the teasers get outperformed.

There’s a rig in the south like that: you take a banana jug and thread a teaser a few inches above it, and a lot of times the teaser gets hit instead of the jig.

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