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    Beach Brother
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    Cool Blood worms in the Venice, MDR, SAMO area.

    Is anyone familiar with the LA county area where I could purchase live blood worms or ghost shrimp to surf fish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigOne View Post
    Is anyone familiar with the LA county area where I could purchase live blood worms or ghost shrimp to surf fish?
    I know for sure that BigFish in Seal Beach sells live bait. Not familiar with other places north of there.

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    Water Swatter
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    Ugly stick w/ shakespear reel
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    13 BSP - 12 YFC - 0" Corbina :(
    Yeah I harvest my own. But like FishKiller says BigFish has some. By the weekend the Ghost shrimp can be a little soft.

    Good luck. If you find a decent place let us know.

    DM

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    Cousins 9' Bill Varney Surf Series Rod, Shimano 2500 Sedona spinning reel loaded with 6lb pink Ande mono...
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    Here are a couple of places in LA county that have lug worms and a few other baits:
    Ace fishing Tackle, Gardena
    Rainbow Bait, Compton
    Best Fishing, Hawthorne
    Joy Fishing, Santa Monica

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    Beach Brother
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    Surf/pier -Ugly stik bigwater combo 7' #40lb braid #20 lb mono leader / Diawa D shock with 8 lb mono / Wright Mc Gill rod and reel with 12 lb mono. / Ocean Master 12' with 20 lb mono and penn 525 reel.
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    Crabman thank you so much on the feedback im hitting the surf asap!

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    Beach Brother
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    Surf/pier -Ugly stik bigwater combo 7' #40lb braid #20 lb mono leader / Diawa D shock with 8 lb mono / Wright Mc Gill rod and reel with 12 lb mono. / Ocean Master 12' with 20 lb mono and penn 525 reel.
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    Would you recommend blood worms or lug worms?

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    Both work great. Bloodworms are quite a bit more hardy and you can catch several fish on them. Lug worms are a bit softer but you get more for less. I usually buy one of each because you can keep them long enough to go fishing two weekends in a row.

 

 

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