Massive Doormat Flounder Captured On Underwater Camera (New John Skinner Video)

By: Joseph Simonds on November 24, 2018
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John Skinner has done it again…

The “Fluke Master” not only captured one of the biggest flounder (fluke) striking a lure on film, but he also lands multiple 8lb+ flounder in a single trip!

This could be one of my favorite Skinner fluke videos yet!

Just wait until you see this footage.

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David Bush

Great underwater shots, John. Judging by your gear list on YouTube, you use a GoPro 5. If so, how are you rigging the camera? Have you tried any of the inline video cameras specifically intended for this purpose?

John Skinner

The underwater camera was a water wolf.

David Bush

Thanks for the reply, John. That’s what I would have thought, but was confused by the GoPro on the gear list.

Bruce Somers

Gentlemen that was fun to watch. Thank you for sharing it with us.