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wacotiger 11-15-2018 06:12 PM

Any Flounder Reports?
 
Going to be at Big Lake for my annual Thanksgiving week of fishing. Haven't seen any flounder reports. Are they running? Are they gone yet? Always love to try to catch them during Thanksgiving week. Also, any trout reports? I will gladly report if I have any luck.

ratherbefishing186 11-15-2018 06:49 PM

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Originally Posted by wacotiger (Post 844892)
Going to be at Big Lake for my annual Thanksgiving week of fishing. Haven't seen any flounder reports. Are they running? Are they gone yet? Always love to try to catch them during Thanksgiving week. Also, any trout reports? I will gladly report if I have any luck.

they weren't moving much last weekend..I think you are going to be in luck this year. run looks to be a little late

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Robert Haynes 11-15-2018 09:21 PM

Spent 7 days last week looking for flounder, very few flounder, I agree, you are gonna hit it perfect


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Flex 11-19-2018 10:45 PM

Good luck! Schedule didn't work out for me this year to do the usual thanksgiving trip. Hope you tear them up!

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missed another 1 11-20-2018 05:49 AM

I was able to find a few flatties but not the usual 5 or 6 at each spot. was only 1 or 2. try drains back by 69 cove

jl8200 11-22-2018 10:44 PM

I went looking last Saturday on the south end of the ship channel didnt catch any anything. I went into Oyster Bayou and caught 3 pretty quick and a decent red but by then i had already had enough so i headed out. I dont think they started moving yet but that seems kinda hard to believe since we've had some decent fronts already. Water temp was about 56 degrees on top anyhow. I wonder what really triggers them to move. Is it water temp or what? I just know they start to move when enough of these fronts move in. Something in their little minds tells them hey we better get going but im not sure what it is exactly. Anyone know the science behind it?

reelguy1 11-23-2018 11:49 PM

I went last Saturday also but the tide was barely moving and I didn't see any bait fish. I caught one small flounder all day (beating the banks). Really didn't see anyone catching anything last weekend.


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