Nice Flatties

Fish must have been caught using Artificals, after November 1, 2006.
Please let us know the tackle you used, and the artificial. Please post pictures with you, fish, and tackle if possible.
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BigEarl
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Nice Flatties

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Went out today to new spot a friend told me about and BOY was it a GREAT DAY..... :D

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all caught on a RAPALA X-RAP SLASH BAIT in GHOST WHITE :D
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2010 fish
3 Pompano
12 Redfish 26 3/4 my largest
2 Blackdrum
1 Sheepie
1 flounder
4 Jacks
1 Blue

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Post by BRunner346 »

nice fish BIG E!

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Post by bolo »

Nice catch BigEarl, they must taste Yummy. :D

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Post by NICK123 »

nice good job

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Post by Frogfish101 »

Wow Earl! Glad to see you on some fish again!

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Post by BigEarl »

all were caught from shore and yes they were YUMMY!!!!! :chef: went back the next day to fish the area from a Kayak with hopes to have my first back water slam from a yak I had lots of hook ups but nothing to show for my efforts that's the way it goes that's why its call FISHING and not CATCHING.
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2010 fish
3 Pompano
12 Redfish 26 3/4 my largest
2 Blackdrum
1 Sheepie
1 flounder
4 Jacks
1 Blue

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Deerfield rules, sand perch chunk on bottom

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frentals wrote:Image

Deerfield rules, sand perch chunk on bottom

swim that sucker for a t-head :lol:
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Post by kingfishnastys »

noah ur retarted

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kingfishnastys wrote:noah ur retarted

:uplol:
GET THE GAFF!!!

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then swim connor :lol:
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Post by Cookinman »

Nice Flatties !!!
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Post by kingfishnastys »

that made alot of sence

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Nice fish Earl. Nobody believes me when I tell them I catch my biggest flounder on plugs. I use rapala DT crankbaits at SI, they clobber them. Way to go with the X-rap! Frentals-That's the biggest 3 spot I've ever seen. I'm pretty sure the all tackle record on 3 spots is just over 6lbs, what did that sucker weigh?

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Nice monster! I bet he was delicious. :D
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The holes in my ears are actually leftovers. When I moved down here from Philly I had orange dreadlocks down to the middle of my back, and holes in my earlobes I could pass a shot glass through. A haircut and a little plastic surgery, no problem. Here's a before and after shot.
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I'm always down with a flounder mission. Between now and Friday, just say the word. My gear is already packed, there's gas in the Tahoe and I have a pass for SI.

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Local66 wrote:The holes in my ears are actually leftovers. When I moved down here from Philly I had orange dreadlocks down to the middle of my back, and holes in my earlobes I could pass a shot glass through. A haircut and a little plastic surgery, no problem. Here's a before and after shot.
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I'm always down with a flounder mission. Between now and Friday, just say the word. My gear is already packed, there's gas in the Tahoe and I have a pass for SI.


Are you related to 305 Nutt? :D
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I've honestly never done well at night, but I know the giggers have been doing their thing over in Valkaria/Grant. I think once we get our first legitimate cold front, and the water temp gets down around 74-75, they should start moving through pretty good. As far as spare lures go, just get yourself some chartreuse/olive/white tubes or grubs. They work fine and won't hurt your wallet too bad.

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Can I add one here? (as opposed to starting another thread with the same species).

Caught Sat Aug 8, 2009 from my sister's dock on Dauphin Island, AL
on a 3" Gulp Shrimp (Moulting) on a 1/4 ounce jig head, 6 1/2' Shimano TX rod, Shimano TX 2000 w/6# Ande clear mono.
2nd biggest flounder I ever caught!
23" long, 19 1/2" girth and it weighed 5 1/4 pounds
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caught on gulp shrimp
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pier-afficionado wrote:Good spot to hang spare lures I guess :mrgreen: I'll send you a PM when I get clearance to fly


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Re: Nice Flatties

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I love pictures and those are some fine door mats ....thanks for sharing....and I see a picture of 1 of my favorite fisherman, that is so willing to share advice and tips....now guiding in Gulf Shores and Orange beach Alabama ....Pier#r :dude:

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