Any Flowndas yet?

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    Senior Member amigho's Avatar
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    Any Flowndas yet?

    Last year it was a blood bath in Sebastian, we killed the flounder, just wondering if they are in the inlet yet?

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    We've been getting good numbers up here in NSB.
    http://forums.floridasportsman.com/image.php?u=276&type=sigpic&dateline=1307410685

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    I've been four times this year and have worked real hard for just a few fish each trip. They seem to be moving through a little at a time because we haven't got that good cold snap yet to get them all moving at once IMHO. It's spotty but there's still some fish. I'd fish the incoming tide, people seem to be getting the better numbers on it.

    Jason

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    There here right now in Ponce! Im killing em

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    How many did you kill? Arties or livies?

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    got 2 real nice ones and one was 10 pounds!! all on live shrimp and finger mullet.

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    Thanks for the info! 10# is a horse!

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    They're still coming back in and they're hungry...

    Quote Originally Posted by amigho View Post
    Last year it was a blood bath in Sebastian, we killed the flounder, just wondering if they are in the inlet yet?
    The Inlet is producing some pretty good fish now through march I'm sure...Rob
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