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  1. Thomas C. Arnold

    I used to flounder at night, but then I discovered a way I could catch more and bigger flounder in the day time. I would go out early in the morning and fish for trout in the flats. Along about mid morning I would move to the edge of channels I was fishing near. There was one particular place where two channels met. I would take about thirty pound test line and tie a worm on each end. I would then tie a loop in the line so that one worm hung down lower than the other. I would throw right along the step off and do a series of jerks. The bottom worm would foul up with weeds, but the top worm would be jerking around free and that is what I usually caught my founder on. It was quick and it was easy.

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