Clean water also helps when Flounder fishing. Although Flounder have a very pronounced lateral line that picks up movement and vibration, they rely on sight very heavily-- and their sight range is less than that of other fish due to their eye placement.
Today’s tip of the blog pertains to a popping cork. When fishing shallow, a cork will allow you to cast to a good potential Flounder lair, and drag your presentation slowly back to the boat. This rig keeps the vertical presentation and cuts down on snags. Both the Gulp! and live bait work well. As always, hope this helps and you won’t know unless you go.
Capt. Tim Cutting
Coastal Georgia Inshore Charters