Surf Fishing Hatteras
come on here fish this is a nice fish another decent bluefish this is a big fish lets see what we got he came off thought he was getting away but I’ll put him on the table instead pretty good size one here, put up a good fight in the surf decent sized one, but too big for my taste but they taste strong when they get big, so I’m tossing him back in the ocean if you were to ask me i’d say there was a bit of romance involved walking out on the beach, heading down surf side tossing out a bait or lure and pulling your diner fro the huge expanse of water in front of you but not all sections of beach are created equally and learning how to read the surf can increase your odds of catching fish waves and tidal action create constantly changing conditions along the beach they dig holes manufactures sandbars and creates sloughs current moving along these sloughs eventually rips back through the sandbar creating a rip current, you can often visually spot these rip currents as areas of water moving back out to sea and predatory fish station along the edges of these rips and hunt for bits of food and other small creatures being washed out into deeper water and it makes these great places to try your luck if your fortunate enough to spot bird action make every effort to get to that area and put a bait or lure in the water as quickly as possible because this is often schools of predatory fish working bait to the surface and the birds are taking advantage of the situation beside from looking for rips, get out at low tide and you can spot holes, pick out the low spots between bars, the holes in between and that’s what you want to fish on an incoming tide a little spot! kind of small but fun to catch got one on! doesn’t feel too big oh look a double something different here a nice little black drum pretty small these guys get get pretty large forty fifty pounds is at least nice to see something different got a kingfish here another kingfish, not a bad size, good for the cooler fantastic!!!