Surf Fishing Quick Start Guide
Stores and libraries are filled with dozens of fishing books. Most of them focus on one particular species, aspect, or approach, such as flyfishing, bass fishing, or surf fishing. But the following ten volumes will form an excellent base for your own fishing-book collection Surf Fishing the Atlantic Coast by Eric B. Burnley Stackpole Books 1989. An easy-to-read and well-illustrated guide to fishing beaches and jetties from Maine to Florida.
Keeping in mind that the best outfit to select depends upon your regional conditions and the size of the species you'll be fishing for, a good all-around ocean spinning outfit would consist of a 7-foot, heavy-weight, medium-or fast-action rod rated for up to 1 2-ounce lures and 12- to 20-pound-test line, and a reel spooled with about 200 yards of 15-or 17-pound-test line. (You may have noticed that the spinning reel recommended for surf fishing earlier in this section has the same specifications.) The conventional rod should be about 6 feet long (but no longer than 6 feet), heavy weight, with a medium-or fast-action and a long butt section, which you can put under one arm when cranking in a big fish. It should be rated for 15- to 30-pound-test line and handle lures weighing from 2 to 6 ounces. The reel should be able to hold approximately 300 yards of 20-pound-test line, and feature a quality star-type drag.
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