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 Published on Oct 28, 2012 Now in fish-tacular wide screen! Redtail surf perch are one of my favorite Washington sport fish! They are a plentiful, hard fighting, good eating fish. I like to fish for them from about mid October to late January. They give birth to live young, and are usually done birthing by late September or early October. The best time to fish for them (in my opinion) is May-August, but I always feel bad if I accidentally keep a pregnant female. October 2012 WA FishQuest
Originally Published on Apr 15, 2012 It was really an epic day with quantity and quality. I didn’t get to film much, but between John and I, we probably had 40+ perch over 10 inches within 2 hours.
Originally Uploaded 2/18/2012 Using grubs to catch surf perch in southern California, 2/18/12.
Originally Uploaded on Mar 13, 2010 ZUMA BEACH California. Barred Surf Perch, Walleye Surf Perch, and California Halibut caught with plastic grubs and light line in the shore break. End of winter, mid day, scattered clouds, rising tide and high barometer meant epic surf fishing. There was a trench just offshore. Rocky cobbles on bottom, rising tide, and rough water meant that halibut shouldn’t have been there. It was a gift!
Originally Uploaded on Sept 4, 2011 San Simeon Surf Perch Fishing of September 2011 during the Labor Holiday with family.