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I find a half hour before high tide is the best surf fishing. Don't be fooled into having to whip that surf rig a 1/4 mile out into the surf! I learned from my daughter that all the big pompano and whitting hang out at or ahead of the surf break. The back wash of the pounding surf stirs up crabs, sand fleas, etc. I have actualy seen pompano boogie board side ways into ankle deep surf to gobble up a flea. Occasionaly I will catch baby pompano in the sand flea rake. You will be surprised! Just barely cast out about thirty feet and let the line droop some, but get ready. Let the circle hook do its job. Do not set the hook if using a circle hook!!! I use a three hook gangion and when I am sure a fish is on, I will leave it on to attract others to the remaining two hooks. Most times will get two, but have gotten all three hooks loaded up and what a fight. Especially with pompano, They want to go in all directions, but that is the benefit of fishing close to the break. Use it to your advantage and boogie board them in on a wave.
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