Tidal Inlet

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After weeks of floods and rain , we decided to try our luck on the incoming tide
at Farquhar Inlet , (Mud Bishops) at Old Bar on the Mid North Coast of NSW.
We used a mix of Hardbody lures , soft plastics and bait.
We caught a mixed bag of Flathead , whiting ,black fish and bream.
In total we caught about 20 fish , all released back into the water.
Hope you enjoy and thanks for watching.,


Published on Jun 26, 2012

6/24/2012 Fishermen catch a Bull Shark at Sebastian Inlet FL. They released it and it was okay. beware.


Uploaded on Nov 17, 2009

The importance of understanding how tides relate to your fishing success in tidal waters. http://www.southernmarylandfishing.co...

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Uploaded on Oct 24, 2011

This is a short test video about the basics of fishing near the flats, and the banks. filmed with canon 7d and a 6.5mm fisheye
cheers jayden


Published on Jul 21, 2013

Fishing the Indian River Inlet in Delaware. When we were there most of the activity was at night during the run up to high tide. We saw some fishermen catch nice weakfish and striped bass. We caught, flounder, croaker, tautog, skate and striped bass. I hooked a very large stripper at night. Sorry no video, it was pitch black and there was no way I was going to land a fish that size with a light on. The stripper put up a great fight for 5 or 8 minutes and when I went to land it it took off for another run and the line snapped. The preferred bait was sand fleas and a molded fish.


Published on Jul 24, 2013

Light tackle snook fishing at Sebastian Inlet. I do not own the copyrights to this song, wish I did. All rights belong to Three Days Grace and SME.


Published on May 20, 2012

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One of the best spots for ocean shoreline fishing in South East Florida is the Fort Pierce Inlet South Jetty which offers anglers a variety of opportunities to catch everything from Snook & Redfish to Spanish Mack's & Grouper. You can fish the inlet side with it's rocky bottom and fast moving tidal currents or the beach side with it's flat sandy bottom where the Flounder hang out. Plus the surf fishing is really good too especially in the corner at first light. You never know you just might even catch a shark !!


We went to Sebastian Inlet to catch some sharks. We were fishing the outgoing tide and had some ladyfish for bait. We tied a float (water bottle) to the bait and tossed it into the current. The current carried the bait to the spot where the sharks were. It took only a few minutes to hook this bull shark. Jahorace Epps helped film this video.


Bait Used --- Ladyfish
Hooks --- 18/0 Lindgren Pitman Circle Hook
Leader --- 6ft of #19 wire
Swivels --- 500lb Rosco Crane Swivel
Reel --- Avet 80
Line --- 200lb mono topshot with 130lb Diamond Momoi braid backing.
Rod --- Custom Barrett Rod