Finding Flounder The Easy Way

THIS is finding flounder the easy way!!!

As the weather cools off, it gets easier to find flounder.

With the right rig in the right spots, you’ll get into these flatties in no time.

Find out more below!!

Finding Flounder The Easy Way [VIDEO]

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Flounder Rig:

Ledges, drop-offs, and changes in bottom contour are the best spots to look for flounder.

Especially as we enter late fall and early winter, finding these types of spots near creek mouths is the quick route to easy flounder bites.

It’s now easier than ever to find the best types of flounder spots using the Smart Fishing Spots app.

Using our bottom contour maps and additional information, you can find ideal flounder fishing spots in YOUR area in seconds.

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In order to help make sure that you are targeting the right areas based on the latest feeding trends and upcoming weather forecasts, make sure to use the following 3 resources because they will save you a ton of time.


These regional game plans will show you exactly what types of spots to target in under 10 minutes… just click the video to start, and you’ll be informed on what to do on your next trip.

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Steven Free
3 months ago

Yea just remember flounder season I’d closed until the 1st of dec! But the way the weather has been acting I should still be able to get some with my trusty spinnerbait because I have found that until the water temps dip below about 65 drgrees spinnerbaits are still very productive the only difference is I usually switch to one with a smaller blade because they are usually a little bit more deeper then the warmer months and the smaller blade doesn’t provide the lift in the bait like the bigger blade does and then when the water dips below 65 I usually use either a paddletail or a plastic shrimp on fact that spot that you tony and pat commented on called dunn creek that I asked about I have caught some pretty bit doormats there like I said though I have yet to fish it past the railroad trussel but right before it there are several big grassy islands with scattered oysters and in the warmer months this place is awesome for flounder some reds to but mostly flounder it’s really not that far from millcove just across the st Johns river another favorite location of mine especially for night fishing with the numerous docks that line the south side of the cove anyways can’t wait till it opens back up again thanks for the video and info and as usual all you do😉👍

A Rollins
3 months ago
Reply to  Steven Free

Thanks for the tips. I’ll be sure to try them in my region of the State.


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