I took a break from packaging and shipping lures yesterday and waded the incoming tide at Pelican Island.
I worked in a faster retrieve than I normally do for flounder and it paid off more than my traditional method did on this wade.
I still kept the lure close to or on the bottom, but I worked it a lot faster. I worked my rod tip to the side rather than up, which I almost always do while flounder fishing. I would twitch it hard and down to get the lure to kick up dust on the bottom. This produced rod bending strikes!
I used Red/White Controlled Descent Lures and filled the hollow cavity with Pro-Cure Flounder Pounder Super Gel on a 3/8 oz. screw lock jig head.
Total for the day was 9 flounder, obviously I only kept these two.
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