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Old 06-03-2014, 06:52 PM   #1
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I am going to be in a fishing event in a couple of weeks and wanted to take a shot at the inshore slam. I don't have tons of experience on the flounder - the trout and redfish i can cover. I know in the winter they move toward the gulf and can be found along the pass. What about this time of year? I will be fishing by bay boat anywhere from the state line though Big Lagoon to the pass. recommendations?

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I dont know much about flounder fishing, but we were catching the hell out of undersized ones on Memorial Day Weekend. We were bottom dropping in about 65-70ft of water about 8 miles offshore. As for the keeper sized ones, I have no info.
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Around bridge pilings and docks in the bay.Also look around the mouth of the river and creeks .
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I'd focus on the docks located on the north bank of Big Lagoon to the west of Galvez. Fish as tight to the dock pilings as possible and pay extra attention to the ends of the docks.
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I'd focus on the docks located on the north bank of Big Lagoon to the west of Galvez. Fish as tight to the dock pilings as possible and pay extra attention to the ends of the docks.
Thanks - great advice.
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