It's starting to get COLD out there, but the fishing is still on fire! In the surf, there have been good reports of Whiting and Pompano. The Whiting are abundant all over the beach. The Pompano have been running up and down the beach, and holding in a few areas that have clean water. I like to fish a mid in-coming tide where the beach has a good drop off. My bait of choice is fresh clam and dead shrimp.
The Seatrout bite has also turned on, just find some structure and throw around it as the sun is coming up, using a top water plug. When the bite turns off, change to a jig head with a grub on it to get on the bottom. Redfish have been holding around the jetties, piers and bridges. Using some fresh shrimp on a fish finder rig, you should have no problem getting hooked up. So until next time go out and have some fun, and always remember to keep your lines tight and your drag loose.