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Sea fishing- these techniques bring fish!

Float fishing, surf fishing, coastal spinning, rock fishing. Our team will show you the most successful fishing techniques at sea.

Summer is ideal for sea fishing. The sun, the holidays, the relaxation ... plenty of good reasons to go to the water! But what is the best way to do this? Which fish can you chase and where? With what material? For beginners as well as advanced, we have put together a few pieces of advice in this article that will help you have fun and success this summer.

A simple pole, a line with a float and hook, and a small worm or shrimp are enough to be successful in the harbor and off the quay wall. When there is no wind or current, you can fish with a light pose that makes it easy to see bites.

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For this type of fishing, you can also use your freshwater bottom fishing equipment. Just remember to rinse the hook and float with fresh water after fishing to prevent them from rusting.

As in fresh water, feeding is very effective in this type of fishing and leads to significantly more bites. You can use food specially developed for sea fishing, such as Gooster 4x4, for this. You can also shred dry bread and mix it with sardine oil. This is a great mix for catching small fish. In order for the feeding to work, you should choose a place that is protected from the current.

You can also use a rod with a reel for float fishing and let the float float with the water. So you can fish for larger fish such as sea bream, sea bream or sea bass. Of course you need a thicker line for this than for small fish.

Choose a .30 leader if you want to catch the larger fish that are above the bottom. For smaller fish, 0.20 mm is also sufficient. You should use 0.35 mm for the main line so that you are prepared for any situation.

What the bait As far as is concerned, you have the choice: ringworms, shrimp, crabs or small fish like sand eels. Try bigger bites too! This will make your bait attract more fish and withstand attempts by smaller fish better. You don't have to worry that the fish won't be able to take the bait, as marine fish have particularly large mouths.


The sea bream is one of the most sought-after fish on the seashore because of its fighting spirit and its beauty. Sea bream and other bream are easy to fish from the bank using simple methods, even as a beginner. A rod of 3–4 m can be set up on a harbor wall or a rocky jetty with the help of a rod holder. Even with a pre-assembled one can try this method and catch fish in the process. The assembly consists of a lead, the weight of which depends on the depth and the current (approx. 30–50 g).

The length of the leader should be between 1 and 1.5 meters. The hooks must be round and hardened so that they can withstand the strong jaws of the bream.

When fishing from the bank using this method, there is no need to cast far as the fish will usually be close to the bank. So you can use a variety of different baits, from crabs to sea worms to mussels, which are particularly fond of sea bream.

This technically more demanding type of fishing is practiced from the beach with rods between 4 and 5 meters in length. With these lengths you can throw the line over the waves and thus get far out. The rods are then placed on tripods to wait for bites. In the Mediterranean, rather light assemblies (weight between 60 and 120 g) are used for this, in the Atlantic somewhat heavier (100–250 g).

Here, width is the top priority to catch sea bass or sea bream. Often the rule is: if you keep throwing, you catch more!

This method involves casting and retrieving artificial bait from the seashore (e.g. wobblers, rubber baits, metal baits ...). This type of fishing is fun and can be practiced anywhere - in the harbor, on jetties, on the beach or on rocky coasts. It is also suitable for many types of fish. Zones with currents are best suited for this, as fish like to hunt in moving water.

Since this is bank fishing, rods between 2.40 and 3 meters are best suited to cast far enough. A 3000 roll works well for this method. To better control the bait and feel bites better, we recommend using braided line. A fluorocarbon leader is recommended so that the fish cannot see the line.

A rubber bait such as a shad (rubber fish), a strongly vibrating wobbler or a blinker make it possible to quickly search a large area for active fish.


This type of spin fishing is practiced from the bank with ultra-light equipment and small baits. Thanks to the long, fine tip, special rods make it possible to feel even the most timid bites. The baits are also mini. This entertaining fishing method can be used to catch small rock fish such as gobies, scorpion fish, billy bream or even marine predators such as sea bass.

The very fine tip of the rod makes it possible to feel the tiniest of bites.

The main line is usually a thin braided line (less than 0.10 mm) that makes bites easily felt. The size of the roll should be between 1000 and 2000.

As for the bait, anything small can work. You can always rely on small, soft baits such as shads or rubber fish.