Re: Surf Safety
One thing not mentioned that those new to surf fishing often overlook is to wear a wader belt with waders, particularly if you wear rubber waders that are not tight to the skin. If you happen to get knocked down by a wave, a belt can help keep some of the water out of your waders, which makes getting back to your feet much easier. Most times this is not a matter of life or death, but in some places it could be.
Rays are not usually aggressive. It's the ones that folks accidentally step on that usually cause the problems.
Remember, no one likes to be behind the big truck, but that's better than being under it!