Originally Uploaded on Sept 19, 2010 http://www.freefishinglessons.com/ This is a secret to catching Red Tail Surf Perch using Gulp Night Crawlers and Gamakatsu octopus hooks. Very detailed instructional video showing you everything you need to catch any surf perch on the West coast of the United States. The rig, rod, reel, bait and location is in this free fishing tutorial. Beautiful beach footage taken in HD. The Washington coast is awesome! This video is part of a series, so make sure you heck out all the videos. Get your fish on!
Originally Uploaded on Feb 22, 2011 Awesome kayak fishing action from Pacific City, OR. His website is www.YakAngler.com
Originally Published on Feb 8, 2013 Nick Meyer with Breakaway USA demonstrates how his LDX lightweight graphite rods easily reach pompano in the surf on North Padre Island in Texas. [ ]
Originally Published on Oct 4, 2012 How to catch Striped Bass surf fishing while casting live eels. [Well done how-to video with some great tips and including successful catches!  John Skinner,  jskinner5278 has over 30 videos on YouTube, many of which are how-to’s.]
There is nothing wrong with eating wild striped bass, but the state of our natural resources, along with current bag limits, dictates that we can’t keep every striped bass we catch. Knowing the correct way to practice catch and release fishing is vital to the future of recreational saltwater angling. We think that this is an important message to share not only with our members but with the striped bass fishing community as a whole. Http://www.thefin.com & http://www.stripersforever.org
Kayak Kevin Whitley explains how to catch big striped bass with live eels. For all your kayak fishing needs visit HOOK1 Kayak Fishing http://www.kayakfishinggear.com
Tying a double rig is easy.  Follow this guide to double your chances of putting speckled trout in the cooler.  [Admin:  I use a double jig rig all the time.  Sometimes, I will use a 1/4 oz jig head in the front and a 3/8 oz jig head as a trailer.  Sometimes, I will tie on plain jig heads, like he’s doing in this video, and sometimes I will use jigs with bucktails.  Works great!  Occasionally, I’ll even get a double hook up.]
Originally Uploaded on Jan 2, 2012 First time here at Bamboo Ridge. EPIC DAY!!!   Jan. 2, 2012 This is a nice tutorial on how-to set up your terminal rig for ulua fishing. [Admin: This is an exceptionally calm day at “Bamboo Ridge”, Makapuu Point, named for all the poles, which years ago, were often made of bamboo.]
Prolific Ulua tagger Keith Caldwell takes his brother Kirk Caldwell fishing on the Big Island of Hawaii along with their friends. Kirk Caldwell was Honolulu’s managing director and interim mayor. But here on isolated shorelines, Kirk is just another local guy getting in touch with what really matters in life.   [Admin:  His using a piece of lava rock in place of a lead weight brings back memories of my childhood when I did the same thing to save on buying lead weights, lol.]
Captains Andy and Rich hook up with Fisherman publisher Fred Golofaro. They spend the day experiencing an amazing fall bite in the surf on the south fork of Long Island. Blitzing fish, screaming birds, and load of action. They catch countless blues and bass to over 20lbs all on plugs.  Oct 2010
You don’t need a boat to have a great day of fishing. Go surf fishing with Capt. Sharky. For more of Capt. Sharky go to http://staugustine.com/captsharky    Feb 20. 2012