Flounder

Beach-bound isn’t so bad

October was a big transition month for saltwater fishing in the Carolinas, and by November, the water and air temperatures have cooled off considerably, but those aren’t the only changes.

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Flounder

Wade for flounder

If you Google “Wade fishing for flounder,” you’ll get a bunch of YouTube videos from Texas, Louisiana and other spots along the Gulf Coast. On the East coast, wading is much more of a personal preference than an advantage, especially in South Carolina, because of the amount of water that ebbs and flows between tide cycles and that sticky stuff that’s been rumored to hold the world together: plough mud.

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Flounder

It’s an all-night gig

It is not often that a recreational trip to procure fish begins well after dark. However, guide Allen Jernigan met a friend, Tony Rhodes, at a ramp in Sneads Ferry, N.C., at 9:30 p.m.

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Fall flounder fling

Autumn is largely the favorite season for many die-hard saltwater anglers. Summer crowds have mostly vacated the coast, and baitfish begin making their seasonal migrations out of estuaries and into more open water.

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Morehead City angler boats 12.33 pound flounder

Alex Ng is no stranger to big fish. Earlier this year Carolina Sportsman had a story about he and his brother, Anthony, catching huge grouper. Ng also enjoys fishing the calmer waters inside the inlets and his preferred quarry there is flounder. On Aug. 29, he caught a very healthy 12.33-pound flounder that was his second flatfish to exceed 10 pounds.

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