Epic Surf Fishing with Lures! Hints and Tips | TAFishing
Lure fishing in the surf for hard fighting, hard fighting, full on game fish! Graeme takes the Totally Awesome Fishing camera’s to record some epic action on a wild atlantic beach. Surface lures and jigs, did the damage. Graeme gives you beginners tips on what gear to use, rods, reels lures etc for topwater action. No falling asleep whilst waiting for a bite, for this type of fishing, you need to run to get in on the action! We hope you enjoy the episode.
Totally Awesome Fishing is a weekly free-to-watch fishing show brought to you by father and son Graeme & Mike Pullen. Our videos feature lake fishing, river fishing, beach fishing, boat fishing, fly fishing and big game fishing. As well as How-To videos. Our aim is to help the average angler CATCH FISH!
Beginner Surf Fishing – Winter Fishing at the Beach with Shrimp
Can YouTube help me become a better fisherman? In this episode I am fishing at the Fort Morgan Beach in Alabama. I am new to saltwater fishing, so I am try the easiest method. I am bottom fishing with dead shrimp. Despite the large waves and churning surf, I manage to catch two fish. First I catch a decent hard head catfish, then I catch a whiting (gulf kingfish). I am using some older freshwater gear that I wouldn’t mind ruining due to sand and saltwater. This is the first of a few videos about beginner saltwater fishing here on Realistic Fishing!
In this episode, Josh kicks off the day fishing for blacktip sharks using lures. After a few hours and no hook-ups, Josh decided to switch gears and catch shark bait. There was a lot of bait and sharks in the water, but the sharks were fixed on live bait. Josh was using a double hook rig with squid for bait. The first fish that was hooked got eaten by a shark. The second fish was a bonefish, which was a huge surprise! After catching over a dozen blue runners, Josh decided to try fishing for sharks again. Within a half hour, Josh hooked to a feisty blacktip shark. After a five minute fight, the shark shook the hook. Josh did not get any more shark bites after losing the shark.
Cabin Fever Therapy, Surf Fishing for Stripers and Bluefish
Was watching and enjoying some surf fishing on other channels and thought I should throw this out there, some Surf Stripers and Bluefish from 2016 fall run, pretty slow edit but might be just what you need on a cold January Day.. or perhaps it will make the cabin fever worse.. in which case im sorry..
Learn to catch fish on the surf! Its much easier than you think. All you need is the proper set up. A long surf rod, decent sized reel, bottom rig and bait is all you need to start.
Watch as I catch 4 different species on the surf with the bottom rig.
Comment any questions you guys have.
12:22 Got Stung By a Stingray
13:35 First Striper
18:16 Bigger Striper, caught by snagging a rig in the stripers mouth!
25:42 Stingray Barb Extraction
This was a Surf Drum mission gone wrong, we drove many hours south to dead end where we launched our Kayaks and Paddled over to Island X, which is on the East Coast, USA. From there we Pulled and Pushed a Kayak full of gear 2+ miles down the beach before setting up for the day, after a few hours at the first spot things were looking dismal so we packed up and moved down the beach where Matt was pretty sure there would be some fish. Sure enough, we caught some nice fish, 2 nice Stripers 30lbs+, one of which was caught by the skin of his teeth, by hooking an old rig that was hanging out of the gut of the fish. I caught many Sting Rays, one of which took a stab at my foot and broke his stinger off in my waders.
All said and done this was a crazy trip that I will never forget, thanks for watching!
If you’re a beginner at surf fishing or just been thinking about getting started and what’s involved in this kind of fishing, this is the place to start. There’s a lot of experience with the guys in these videos that you can use as a short cut to learning to master this great sport.
Surfcaster’s Journal Magazine introduces new Surf Fishing 101 series.
First 4 episodes will appear in the Surfcaster’s Journal Online Magazine November 2015 issue.