Kensdock Report: Flounder bite improves a notch

The flounder bite is improving, but continues to be very slow for this time of the year. Today I caught one keeper flounder 23”, far from a good catch but encouraging considering I spent only 30 minutes fishing; couple that fact with the keepers that were caught by fishermen in the area and the shorts.  The water temperature was 65-67 degrees, water clarity was poor. Surf fishing for striped bass and black drum from the beach continues to be the best bet in town. I was on the beach yesterday I saw stripers {11}to 30.5 pounds and two black drum 20- 25 pounds

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  2 comments for “Kensdock Report: Flounder bite improves a notch

  1. chip gruff
    June 7, 2011 at 10:15 am

    hey ken, i caught a 23 in. also on sunday 6/5/11 at 427 marker. 4.4# it took me 5 hours. fishing sucks in east wind.

  2. kensdock
    June 7, 2011 at 2:39 pm

    Chip you find keepers every trip.
    Most are catching nothing at all. I hope it gets better.

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