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Buford Cletus wrote: »
Please don't try to interject with reason, it only further confuses the matter.
Snook69 wrote: »
Between 3 guys we caught about 8 flounders last month during a 5 day trip. That is pretty **** good for flounders in the 10k. Must be a good year. Most were only 10 to 12 inches. Got a few spots that i catch them with some consistency. One spot is one of the rock bars just inside Choko pass. Theres a jagged oyster bar that gives way to a sand flat on the other side. The water pushes over this bar on an incoming tide and I've caught small flounders in this spot for years. I have caught some decent ones over the years but imo there are better spots in the U.S. to catch flounders than the 10k. They are an occassional catch. Maybe there are more this year because of fewer snook?? Been a great redfish summer too. Only the fish gods know or the guys in the conservation section. Same dudes lol.
sharkatak1089 wrote: »
i normally use 80lb mono for the line with the weight. that way, when fishing in structure, if you get hung you can break the 40lb @ the hook (usually) and the uni to uni keeps my weight. that's basically the whole point to this slider rig.
1. keep weights when you get broken off
2. keeps bait close to the bottom
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