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Surf fishing location advice #12807876
06/27/18 08:09 PM
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CatchWaymore Offline OP
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Any one having any luck from the surf?just curious if any place along the coast is doing good right now.

Re: Surf fishing location advice [Re: CatchWaymore] #12812486
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The surf has been really ruff lately and off colored. This coming week looks like it is going to calm down some and I'm sure it will be some good fishing for trout. I heard several reports of anglers catching whiting on shrimp and fish bites. I usually watch forecast and go when it is predicting surf conditions under a foot.

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