02 June 2013

• Charles Walsh’s Fishing Column – 31 May 2013

(Fluke, summer flounder)

“Unlike winter flounder, fluke are aggressive feeders. They will follow a bait right to the surface before striking.

"Their strategy is to lay motionless in the mud or sand until something tasty passes by their protruding eyes. When something appears (with luck, your bait), it pounces like a tiger from the bushes.”

Read the full article at this link: CTPost.com


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