Surf fishing is a great way to spend a day outdoors, but it can be tricky to get the hang of. To cast a line from shore, you'll need to take into account the current and the tide. Start by launching the line just before white water begins to form and use enough cast weight so that the lead sinks quickly and can withstand the current. Generally, a 3-4 ounce plumb line should do the trick, but if the current is strong, you may need to use 6-8 ounce cables.
Make sure to reinforce the drag force so that you don't draw any lines before launching.Before you start fishing, take some time to study the tide at low tide and wait until it reaches its highest point. This will give you the best chance of success. Once you're ready to start fishing, look for signs of fish in the area. Birds diving or fish breaking the surface are good indicators that there are fish in the area.
When it comes time to cast your line, throw it as far as you need to in order to access areas with more fish.
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