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All beaches on Jekyll Island allow beach seining, but please be aware of turtle nesting zones. Driftwood Beach, which is east of the Jekyll Fishing Pier and St. Andrews picnic area are great places to seine.
You can seine from most beaches in Florida, but check the regulations locally as many areas have their own rules. In northeast Florida, anglers seine from the beach for big shrimp when they are running, whiting, and bait fish.
All beaches on Tybee Island are great for seining.
To learn more about beach seining in Florida visit our friends at http://www.floridagofishing.com/fishing-beach-seining.html
During the two annual shrimp runs in Georgia, seining from the beaches offers great catches of large shrimp.
Seining on St Simons Island is best on the beach area west of pier. Be aware of the tides as there is no beach here at high tide.
View of the sunset from the seining area on
St. Simons Island
You can seine in California for smelt only north of Point Conception.
The list of good seining areas is endless. We know some great places where we have personally seined and where customers have told us they seine.
Please feel free to submit your ideas for great places to seine.
Seining Jacksonville Beach. Submitted by L. Reimann.
Seining on Jacksonville Beach is very popular as you can see in the below image of our net being used to catch fish, crab, and other sea creatures that were all released.
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