BSP On The Chew

Discussion in 'Surf Fishing Reports' started by eric perez, Mar 22, 2019.

  1. eric perez

    eric perez stillapinhead

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    Barred Surf Perch have been biting pretty good in Newport... off the jetties and the beach... every 4th or 5th cast youll get bit. Best time seems to be starting 2 hours before high tide, but not critical. GULP 2" sandworms in any color... red, natural, camo... doesnt matter... they just like the juice.

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  2. One_Leg

    One_Leg Ret. Comm. Diver/Medic

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    Thanks!!!
     
  3. cortezpirasea

    cortezpirasea Pangero

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    Dang it! I still haven't caught one of those...
     
  4. simmo13

    simmo13 Well-Known "Member"

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    fun stuff there. Thanks for report.
     
  5. eric perez

    eric perez stillapinhead

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    Yellowfin Croaker are bitin... we got a handful on Saturday and yesterday evening... we just walk the beach throwing 2" Blood color Sand Worms... and youll find little pockets of them. all fish taken 30 minutes before and after sunset. I got a monster Jack Smelt as well... no pic... slid out of my hand to freedom before I could snap. They just inhale those worms. Fun stuff...

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  6. K3RRY

    K3RRY Newbie

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    Nice!!!
     
  7. acefuture

    acefuture Newbie

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    Time to get back on the beach. Love fishing from the beach for BSP's, YFC's, and beans in the summer using crack, haven't used the blood red worms yet though. Looks like the sand crabs are starting to come back as well. Hopefully start to see some more Corbina showing up soon
     
  8. DoinWorkBo

    DoinWorkBo Well-Known "Member"

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    Thanks for the report. Went out last sunday and got the skunk.
     
  9. eric perez

    eric perez stillapinhead

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    weve had good luck on Sabikis as well... small Mylar ones with a glow bead. The BSPs hammer those into the darkness until you cant see where youre casting anymore. I cut them down to (2) hooks though... surf fishing with an 8 hook gangion is not very fun, its tangle city. Would it even be legal to fish with a full Sabiki rig from the beach? Or is the 2 hook max rule is in effect?
     

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