Saturday, March 27, 2010

Beach seining

Have you ever pulled a seine net at the beach? If not, you're missing out on some great fun, along with the opportunity to catch your own REALLY fresh seafood!

What might you catch while seining in the Southeastern salt waters? There's no telling! We've caught large shrimp, small sharks, redfish, seatrout, whiting, catfish, mullet, flounder, stingrays, croaker, spots, horseshoe crabs, blue crabs, skates, and lots of mminnows.

On our best hauls, we filled coolers with extra-large shrimp and big mullet, along with buckets of big blue crabs. Sometimes we cooked our catch right on the beach! Believe me, the taste of seafood just out of the water is amazing!

This is a great activity for the entire family and can easily be incorporated into your beach vacation.

To get the specifics on seining, along with some great deals on seine nets, go here:

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