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Old 04-08-2013, 05:09 PM   #1
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Anyone have suggestions on lures for surf fishing at night? I tend to do most of my fishing at night, and sitting on a bucket at night in the pitch black gets a little boring. Thinking of mixing up the lull in between bites by throwing a few artificials.
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They do make some REALLY small glow in the dark sticks designed for fisherman. The kind you can snap to activate. They are about an inch long. I tie them to the float. Depending on how clear the water is and how deep it is you could probably see it if you attached it to the sinker?
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if i had to think of something i would say chartrusee doa plastics. for the surf thats a wild guess tho.
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Would you suggest throwing a gotcha? Or a bubble rig maybe?
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Yo zuri pins minnow or 2" shad colored swimbaits. Doa shrimp and other smaller shrimp imitations work well too
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Yiu can tie a Zara Spook on braided line and cast it just beyond the breakers. Hold On!; because you don't know what you'll catch.

I've caught some rather hefty 'yellowmouth' speckled Trout on it. C2
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How about colors? Whats most visible to the fish at night in the surf?
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Yiu can tie a Zara Spook on braided line and cast it just beyond the breakers. Hold On!; because you don't know what you'll catch.

I've caught some rather hefty 'yellowmouth' speckled Trout on it. C2
What's a yellow mouth speckled trout?
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I just realized this is in surf fishing so disregard my earlier reply. That's more inshore stuff
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Black lures at night. It's all about contrast.
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