SHOREBOUND SERIES: GRUB FISHING ON THE BEACH AND IN THE BAY

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Anglers aren’t the only ones who slow down in winter, fish do too. As ocean waters cool the metabolism and activity of surf fish diminish significantly. As a result, both feeding frequency and aggressiveness toward catching food change. Lucky for us, the effect of cold winter water plays right into the hands of the grub angler. As the warm water of fall begins to cool sand crabs go into hibernation. Meanwhile, surf fish continue to scour the surf for any forage to carry them through the year. Because food becomes scarce in winter months, fish are always looking for an opportunity to find something good to eat.

Looking for an advantage to land more fish from the beach this winter?
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