Greetings fellow flounder fanatics! For many years I went without wearing premium sunglasses. I would either buy a $9.95 pair or not wear shades at all. Several years back my cousin Frank Moore and I were fishing one of the short rigs out of Sabine Pass and as we pull … Continue reading
Can you find the flounder in this photo I took? Chester Moore
Flounder have a bad habit of running under the boat as you are fiddling with the net. A great solution according to retired flounder guide Capt. Skip James is to “figure eight” them. To do this move the rod in a sweeping “figure eight” motion until a net can be … Continue reading
S.A.L.T. member and Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) coastal fisheries worker Kirk Blood caught a really bizarre flounder. The best way I can describe it is that two top sides. Other than the head, the bottom looks just like the top. Here’s the bottom of the fish… I love … Continue reading
Last years ago I collaborated with Sam Caldwell about the flounder catching boat CCA purchased for the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department’s Sea Center Texas (as well as other hatcheries) to use for broodstock collection for an article in CCA’s “Currents”. They are using specially rigged nets to catch the … Continue reading
The Flounder Revolution program offers amazing flounder replicas through The Fish Mount Store. Check out this video to learn how you can get one and to check out these sweet mounts.
Reader George Elizondo captured a very unique predator-prey reaction, a dolphin flipping what looks like a flounder out of the water in a feeding frenzy. “I have never seen this before in Lake Sabine. The water was very, very salty. The porpoises were circling and herding the fish in the south … Continue reading
Morris Houck of the Lafayette Kayak Fishing Club sent in this incredible example of flounder aggression. Don’t strain your eyes too much trying to see the flounder that is much smaller than the jig it was caught on.