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Is there a particular spot that anyone knows of that is more likely to be successful. I have walked that beach for thelast 2 weekends with one 5 lbs blue to show for 5 hours fished.
 

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Look for signs of bars, cuts and holes. It all changes after each storm.

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if you can't locate bars, cuts, troughs or holes; then concentrate your efforts around obvious points.

fish migrating down the beach along the surfline must pass by the points.

to find the former structures, walk the beach at low tide and take careful notes of what you see.

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This message was edited by OPINARI on 11-5-01 @ 5:12 PM
 

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This might be an obviously stupid reply but . . . hasn't the Point area, just a few miles down the road, been producing fairly well during the past couple of weeks??
 
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