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What size weight should I use for surf fishing?

Asked: Mateo Ink⚜️, Last Updated:

The best size weight for surf fishing is between ¼ of an ounce to 4 ounces. The weight size should be based on the current, fish you're catching, and how quickly it can drop to the bottom of the water. Heavy waves require higher weight, whereas still water and small fish need lighter weights.

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