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3 Ways To Find A Shark Fishing Spot Using Google Maps

Author: Bullbuster Team

How To Find A Good Shark Fishing Spot With Google Maps

We put together this article as part of our mission to help you spend more time fishing. If you are looking for new land-based shark fishing spots, google maps is a great place to start.  Below we put together three key things to look for when scouting out a new spot.

1) Look For Spots Near Inlets, Cuts & Passes:

Spots on beaches near cuts, inlets, or passes tend to have a lot of shark traffic. Some of the biggest sharks during many shark tournaments have been caught on beaches like these.  With Google Maps they are super easy to find.  

2) Look For Spots Without Lots Of Sandbars

Sandbars can be your worst enemy. Not only can they mess and fray up your fishing line while your bait is just sitting there, but if you hook a big enough shark and you have a low tide, you may have trouble bring it in over the sandbar. At this point, you may have to enlist the use of a kayak when you are trying to release it. 

3) Look For  A Beach With Good Parking Nearby: 

We've all done it - lugging our gear, for what seems like miles, to finally find the perfect spot and get settled. That's obviously not ideal, so use Google Maps to your advantage to find some street parking. 

We hope that you enjoyed this article on the Bullbuster Community.  It is our mission to help millions of anglers spend more time fishing and that starts with YOU!



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