Power Drifting For Spring Flounder

Spring is an excellent time to catch big keeper flounder because they’re
available in easily accessible locations including tidal creeks, canals, and
inland bays. You don’t need a big boat and you don’t have to go far to catch
limits of fat flounder in the spring!

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Power Drifting For Spring Flounder

Spring is an excellent time to catch big keeper flounder because they’re
available in easily accessible locations including tidal creeks, canals, and
inland bays. You don’t need a big boat and you don’t have to go far to catch
limits of fat flounder in the spring!

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Fall Is Prime Time For Delaware And Chesapeake Bay Flounder

In October, falling water temperatures and decreasing daylight put flounder on a feeding binge as they prepare to migrate offshore to the Continental Shelf, where they will spend the winter. October, and even early November, often provide anglers with the year’s most consistent flounder bite, and many of the season’s bigger fish are hooked in the fall. Here’s where and how to catch them!

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East Coast Fishing: Fantastic Times Aboard Party Boats

A party boat trip produced one of the biggest fish I have ever caught, a 117-pound bluefin tuna! Thrilling, memorable experiences like these have made me a big fan of party boat fishing, and there are plenty of party boats in New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland that can provide you with easily-accessible and relatively inexpensive opportunities to enjoy fantastic fishing action.

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Sarasota’s Exciting Super Shallow-Water Action

Impressively large and powerful fish inhabit the 12 inches to 18 inches of water found in many parts of Sarasota Bay, Little Sarasota Bay, and local backcountry areas in Florida. In October, during a two-day fishing vacation with Captain Rick Grassett at Snook Fin-Addict Charters, my two sons and I were kept busy battling shallow-water redfish to 8 pounds and snook up to 25 inches!

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