The arrival of spring coincides with the return of sea bass near the coast. Exhausted by the spawning season, the fish get close to the coast in search of food to replenish their energy reserves.
In this season, lure fishing is an effective technique for fishing from the shore. You can use a soft shad type lure like the Biga Caperlan or an imitation sand eel like the Mogami Caperlan. From May onwards, you can fish with lures from the beach using a spoon like casting jig. Very dense, this type of lure can launch long-range enabling you to explore a large area of water.
To flush out the sea bass, explore rocks, oyster beds, estuaries, marine structures (ports, piers, dams) or even the "baïnes".
Surf casting is an effective technique in this season and it is not uncommon to catch fine specimens at this time of the year.