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Old 06-29-2015, 11:08 AM   #1
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stuck a limit but it look a little longer. Started at 830 hit 15 at 1130 but would have been much quicker if they'd be still. Had at least another limit spook as soon as the light hit em. Getting more and more spooky acting as the moon gets brighter which is typical but I think they are also getting wary bc they have been being hunted so hard this year. This is by far the most people I've ever seen after them. Only 11 in pic cousin pulled up as I was leaving and he only had 1 so gave him 4 off my string.
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Old 06-29-2015, 12:43 PM   #2
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Those are some nice ones!
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Old 06-30-2015, 07:12 AM   #3
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Getting 15 in 3 hours of time is still quite good in my book.

BTW, at this time of the year where I live in Texas, our recreational limit for the month of June (and July) is 5 flounder per day.
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that's quite a lot of "flatsamwiches" in my book.
thanks for sharing report & pic.

gig 'em up.
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That's really odd.. I find the fish tend to sit closer to the bank even on an outgoing tide near low tide, and they are less spooky here even running a genny. I've never seen the full moon spook people speak of.

I have however had them run away from me, unknown reasons, but I put the trolling motor on high and go aborigine on them.

Nice catch man!
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