Hogy — Flounder

Pro Talk: Spring Into Flounder

Posted by Capt. Ross Gallagher on

15 Minutes with: Capt. Tucker Blythe http://www.charlestoncustomcharters.com/ Here’s what we learned… Location: Charleston, SC Tides: All tides. Approach: As the water temperatures increase into late Spring, Flounder will begin to move away from their deep water winter haunts and invade inshore estuaries. Flounder love to be around hard structure such as oyster mounds, dock pilings, and submerged rocks. During lower tides, concentrate around feeder creeks dumping bait into larger creeks and the outside pilings on docks that hold 2 to 6 feet of water. Abandoned crab pots on low water mud flats can be magnets for flounder as well. On higher tides, focus...

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