Instead of showing you photos of the kite surfers, how about some fish from the recent past. Luckily for all of us, Sam Morita sent in this report and photos. "
I have been surf fishing with my buddy Evan this summer. I got this one the first week of June. 22 lbder. Released it
I got this one two weeks ago. 16 lbder.
Last weds I got these two.
Then this last weekend I got this one with Evan.
We have been fishing the high tides in the evening. I first started off throwing a bomber long a. Then switched to the sp minnow and caught the big one. Then caught the other decent one on a pencil popper. I recently just started throwing an a rig which is a total game changer. It gets bit when other thing won't. I throw keitech swimbaits on it.
U know why there is so much eel grass right know? I used to think it was because of the minus tides and wind but the last week there hasn't been and it has been terrible."
Thanks for the tips. Eel grass tends to break off and drift away more when the water temps change significantly, like the warming that happened in the last couple of weeks. There's also been some very high tides to carry it around. I'm just glad it's getting someone else. I thought it just followed me! One thing, it tends to collect in rips and sluggish water along with baitfish, so sometimes the best water to fish is also the worst.