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October 3, 2016

Flounder Spawning in the Channel? “Rolling” Like Gar?

Out of all the fish I have pursued none get tunnel vision so to speak over prey items like flounder. When they are locked on tiny menhaden (shad) they often refuse other offerings and feed with enough […]
September 8, 2016
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Dept. of Wild: Hit and Run Flounder

Flounder are the most finicky fish we pursue on the Gulf Coast. Snook will probably top them in terms of being overall aloof but the many strikes of a flounder are unique and represent entirely different […]
July 21, 2016

The Flounder are Thick …

The big sow trout of the Lower Laguna Madre has pretty much run the course, but Capt. Joel Ramos says there are still some big trout hanging around. Most of the trout have already dropped their […]
July 15, 2016

Flip for Flatfish – Tempt Flounder at Close Range in Thick Cover

The angler nosed his boat into the thick canes, stripped out a few yards of line and held the excess in one hand. Then, swinging the bait toward the reeds almost like using a long cane […]
March 4, 2016

Hit and run flounder (video)

September 12, 2014

Flounder Alert! (VIDEO)

Flounder Alert! from Texas Fish & Game Magazine on Vimeo.
August 6, 2014
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Which is Better: Bait or Lures? Here’s the Proof.

Sure, it’s an age-old question, which is why we set out to settle it on our new fishing show, Got Bait? I say “our” new show because it features me and my boys, Max and David. We […]
August 6, 2014

Flounder fishing with spincast reels? (video)

August 5, 2014

Hit and Run Flounder (Video)

If you ever have flounder hit and then run hard, pay close attention to this video. You could be missing out on huge flounder by not following the tips in the clip and closely watching this […]
June 4, 2014

TF&G Reader Story (Humor): Floundering on Flounder

TF&G reader Chris Fleury sent in this inspiring story about flounder fishing this week.  Check it out below. I have lived in victoria for 20 years and regardless of my various attempts to catch a flounder […]