One of the earliest starts in recent Jersey history sends fluke fishermen westward!
The month of May can be productive for those in search of early season fluke.
Once a New England staple, winter flounder can still be found with a little research.
Ocean fluking during September is undoubtedly the most productive for doormats of the year.
Focusing on prime bottom will yield more keepers on every trip!
Targeting doormat fluke on rough bottom is often a tradeoff worth sacrificing for.
Nine potential flatfish you’re apt to encounter on local waters this season.
So what’s it going to be today? Sometimes you have to let the conditions decide!
Enjoy summer variety in between the spring and fall striper runs.
Some of the finer points of hunting summertime doormats and a possible spot on the Dream Boat leaderboard.
Skinny water tactics for seeking out those bay and river flatties in June!
If something just does not look right about that fluke, there’s probably science behind it.
Sometimes, it pays to led Rodney do the work!
As we settle into the hot, summer months, so do hefty ocean fluke situate themselves in the 60- to 100-foot depths, especially south of Montauk and eastward beyond Block Island.
There’s no doubt that the August full moon offers western Sound anglers a great chance for a doormat.
A far cry from traditional surf fishing hotspots, these areas offer some very good opportunities not far from home.