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Hello everyone, complete newbie here, only a few years of shore fishing under my belt and coming out from the dreaded lockdown I've decided I want too give lure fishing ago this year! I'm from the Southampton are, and would certainly appreciate a few tips on good lured too start out with...

And also some good venues too try, now I've notice people don't tend too share lure fishing spots willy nilly, so any advice and tips I get would be very appreciated!

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Wahoo lure: The lures need to be colorful enough to attract their attention. Besides, wahoo lures must not break, chip, or crack, which makes them a great option for high-speed wahoo trolling. Many expert fishermen prefer to use live baits for wahoo fishing than other baits. Nevertheless, it can also help to have a handful of plastic worms each time you set off on a fishing trip.
 
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