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Old 08-03-2018, 01:22 PM   #1
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Default Flounder doing Ok

Spent a couple hours at Crooked island. Sound near Tyndall. Managed to boat 4, the largest was 16 inches. All were caught with bull minnows on a Carolina rig fished within 3 feet of the grass near deep water on a falling tide (while standing on two feet, with an 8 knot breeze, yellow flies biting, the sun in my eyes, sweating profusely, Pvris playing on the radio and the wife wondering when the hell I'm coming home).
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Old 08-03-2018, 05:40 PM   #2
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That is detailed report, thanks, nice catch
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Scale em and throw em in the grease!
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Flounder and pompano got to be the best eating inshore fish. Pablo flounder is a treat.
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Panko, stupid predictive spelling.
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Nice work! Flounder is no doubt near the top of the list of best fish fillets
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Flattie killer I tell ya!!! nice job!
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I'll take a flounder over any fish. What kinda knot did you use?��
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The kind of knot I used was the kind that's attaches 2 pieces of string together.
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I use a surgeon's knot to tie 15 pound leader to 10 pound main line. It's a great strong, easy to tie knot. Every fisherman should know how to tie it along with a uni-knot, a dropper loop and a hook snell.
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