Land-Based Shark Fishing

Discussion in 'Shark Fishing Forum' started by Weeeeeeeble, Jan 4, 2017.

  1. Weeeeeeeble

    Weeeeeeeble Newbie

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    Weeble
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    Anybody else besides me getting into land based sharking? Alot cheaper than running a boat for the day
     
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  2. drumford

    drumford gotta go babe!

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    Dondo
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    Stick to Internet fishing.
     
  3. funnyguy

    funnyguy Member

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    Chris
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    Hello,

    You talking about how they do it in the gulf and on the east coast? With a huge chunk of bait, huge hooks, a couple pounds of weight and a kayak? Or surf fishing for leopards and rays?

    Chris
     
  4. Weeeeeeeble

    Weeeeeeeble Newbie

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  5. Weeeeeeeble

    Weeeeeeeble Newbie

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  6. lowprofile

    lowprofile Well-Known "Member"

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    Sold it
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    It's fun and it's productive.
     
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  7. hbouldin1216

    hbouldin1216 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    San Pedro, CA
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    Henry Bouldin
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    If you're serious about this, I'll put you in touch with my buddy. He's been going out of Long Beach (Belmont Shores I think) and doing well on Leopards, Shovels, and big rays. He's a converted carp fisherman, so he's got 12 foot spinning rods and all kinds of shit you've never seen before. Seems to work though. Can't import the pics from FB for some reason.
     
  8. FISH86R

    FISH86R Newbie

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    Everything I've been using for rigs are too heavy for a drone.. Not to mention I'm not paying $5,000 for one to carry 3oz.. Right now I'm carrying my rig out on a body board (super sketch) and dropping.. Haven't racked anything worth writing home about YET.. But I'll let you know when I do.. Get off the peir and get on the shore though.. Well worth it..
     
  9. nickflyline

    nickflyline Newbie

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    ive gone down to imperial beach in sd county and if you walk south near the border there is an estuary that emptys out in the sea we fish in you can catch leopards halibit sting rays some big ones too
     
  10. Hector Garcia

    Hector Garcia Member

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    Hector Garcia
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    I fish down in long beach near belmont pier. You can get some big bat rays and some decent leopards. Once in a while you can get a thresher. I fish near the pier so that I can go get bait on the pier, then head to the surf. Sometimes I just fish from the pier. I just cast my bait because i have a bad back and cant kayak my bait out. But the Avets and my cousins rods can cast pretty far.

    Let me know when youre going out again and I can come with if you need some company.
     

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