#1 Beach Fishing Bait Hack That Will Hook More Fish

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Next time you’re out fishing off the beach, keep this sneaky beach fishing bait hack in mind!!

Beach fishing can be a challenge and it is tricky to know when and where to throw your bait.

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#1 Beach Fishing Bait Hack [VIDEO]

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This simple bait rig hack will save you time and money while also putting you on more fish off the beach.

To assemble this rig, all you need is your bait hook of choice, cut pieces of fresh-dead shrimp, and FishBites.

The idea is to use the color scheme of shrimp and FishBites to mimic sandfleas or other baitfish sifting through the sand.

Firstly, this is one of the most accessible bait rigs you will be able to put together.

There are other bait options out there like live sand fleas, ghost shrimp, and clams or crabs.

But shrimp and FishBites are tough to beat!

The biggest reason why this bait hack is so beneficial is that it stays on your hook.

Sometimes, you can find yourself fishing on an incredibly rough day with intense surf and wind that can throw your bait off the hook on your casts.

Also, there are always small, pesky bait stealers like pufferfish, catfish, etc. that are trying to swipe your shrimp off the hook.

To solve these issues, all you need to do is place a small piece of FishBites on the end of your hook after you slide the shrimp on the hook.

Now that will do two things to your rig.

The first is your rig will stay intact and you won’t have to worry about losing your piece of shrimp on your cast.

Additionally, the rig itself mimics the appearance and colors of a sand flea.

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Conclusion

This sneaky beach fishing bait hack is going to help you catch more fish from the surf while saving you time and money on bait and tackle.

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Daniel Vera
13 days ago

I wonder does pompano also gets affected by the full moon do they also feed at night even if is not cloudy or are they only a day time fish ?

Ed M.
14 days ago

What is the teaser/float above the hook and what rig are you using; top/bottom, some other?

Sean Shimmel
14 days ago

I’m looking forward to listening to this presentation. One suggestion I just discovered was switching from the Fish Bites brand to the Magic Bait brand which is sold at Walmart. Tough as leather and three or four times as smelly. Fish bites gums up, softens and falls off much more quickly.

Sean Shimmel
13 days ago
Reply to  Wyatt Parcel

I will have to check. The problem was so bad (2 different times) that I called Fish Bites customer service and they sent me 2 replacement bags the first time and 3 the most recent time. Even the latest replacement packages they sent swell, gum and fall off quickly and the scent is nowhere as strong as Magic Bait. Using Magic Bait on the beach a couple weeks ago on a Chinese metal jig, I caught 110 fish for the day (yes, I keep count!)… pompano, flounder, blues, blue runners, whitings, croakers, ladies, jacks, and moons. And guys fishing with only bait, caught far, far less than with the jig tipped with Magic Bait.

Last edited 13 days ago by Sean Shimmel
Alan
14 days ago

Cool trick, definitely works. I’ve also heard about using salted baits (shrimp, clams and squid). Any thoughts on that? I’ve also heard of people using the salted squid tentacles as trailers on bucktails. I’m going from landlocked to full on beach bum in the next couple of months. I’m trying to learn as much as possible.

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