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Sand Fleas are my best surf bait by far!!! If you have never caught Sand Fleas give it a try. My wife loves catching them for me and while I am setting up the poles she usually has some good walnut size fleas ready. The best way to get them is at high tide going to a low tide. If you look at the peak of the surf as it ends and starts to head back, you will notice certain areas are very disturbed more than others. These are the fleas. They will come up out of the sand to eat plankton and use the back wash of the surf to bury back down beneath to avoid getting eatin by birds and fish. Sort of like when you stand in the surf and the back wash makes your feet sink down. A good sand flea rake depending on the size will produce at best up to 100 fleas. It does take practice and when you get the hang of it you will love catching them. There are times when you will be discouraged and not find any at all, but trust me they are there. A lot of times at low tide I will come up the beach about ten to fifteen feet and dig down with my hand about 6 to 10 inches and will find them hanging out waiting for high tide to come back. Keep your fleas in moist sand don't fill the bottom of your bucket with water and expect them to live. They will keep for several days in moist beach sand especially if you keep them cool.

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