September 9, 2011
Today I was fortunate to be able to take my good friend Jon Tippin’s Mom on a Flounder Hunt. Carol has a passion for the outdoors and all the wildlife that call’s it home. We hit the water around midnight to take advantage of the incoming tide and to maximize visability. We saw several Flounder in the first little stretch of bank but they were all small to barely legal. During the course of the next several hours we saw a about twenty total and managed to get five nice keepers in the boat with the largest coming within twenty yards of the ramp. During the trip we were able to see oodles of Redfish, Blue Crabs, Needlefish, Pinfish, Jellyfish, several Osprey and even a stray Turtle. It was a beautiful night to be on the water and after spending a few hours with Carol on a Flounder Hunt it was easy to see where Jon gets his love of the outdoors. If you have never been on a Flounder Hunt, this time of year is perfect to experience it for the first time. The tempature has been in the low 60’s at night and the water temperature is still warm enough to have marinelife everywhere. With the average target depth being 1-2 feet and having very bright lights you are able to watch the marinelife in it’s natural environment. Book a trip with us soon to come enjoy this experience.
Lost Bay Fishing thought it would be fun to compile a map of the hometowns of past clients, below is the location of the client(s) that were a part of this specific trip. To see the map with all the past clients' hometowns click here ››
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