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09-04-2019 01:28 PM
bertha Usually it occurs in October
09-04-2019 01:07 PM
ReedA1691 I wouldn't refer to it as leaving, unless you're talking about getting out of casting range of a human standing in the surf. Maybe it's shift.

They'll move out deeper and, in the case of surf near jetties, they move to the jetties, following the bait, and where there is deeper water to hide from the cold of winter 30 feet from the rocks. If you can find time and good conditions during the winter, just go have a try at the Surfside Jetty
09-04-2019 12:00 PM
karstopo Looking back at my fishing logs, I see where I got 6 trout between 16-21" October 15th, 2010 in the Surfside surf, all on a Catch 2000. The day before, I got one keeper trout.


December 2, 2010 I got one 20" trout on a Bone /Chartreuse/holographic Skitterwalk.


Doesn't appear I fished beyond August since then except September 12th, 2016 when I noted 7 small trout.


Can't catch them if you don't go. Usually, I'm in the bay, marsh or river by October.
09-04-2019 11:46 AM
Major29
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Originally Posted by bballman View Post
What determines when trout leave the surf in large numbers? Water temp? Length of days? Bait fish leave? How late do trout hang around?
The trout will stay there as long as the bait is there for them to eat. Bottom line
08-22-2019 12:49 PM
mccain
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Late October, but it's not a complete exodus.
that's been my experience as well. granted of course i've never fished for trout in the surf nov.-mar. too busy chasing them in the bay. who knows maybe i'm missing out
08-22-2019 07:31 AM
troutsupport Late October, but it's not a complete exodus.
08-21-2019 09:09 PM
Lone-Star Some of the best surf trout days of the year happen in the winter, on padre anyways, so you’ll need to be more specific on location.
08-21-2019 09:06 AM
c hook
lmao

the answer to your question is approximately October time frame.
08-20-2019 10:06 PM
jeffbx62
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What determines when trout leave the surf in large numbers? Water temp? Length of days? Bait fish leave? How late do trout hang around?

They are there everyday. Trout are not Migratory. This is why they make the Mirrolure 51/52 Series. Trout bite them year round.
08-20-2019 10:05 PM
Salty Dog Typically when the water cools down in late fall it starts slowing down. I think it has to do mainly with the lack of bait. When the bait leaves for deeper water the fish go with it.
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