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G-town Flounder Run #12982504
12/02/18 05:01 PM
12/02/18 05:01 PM
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Hitchcock,Tx.
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Hitchcock,Tx.
I've been reading about the Run that hasn't happened here yet. I know there are flatfish out there but many anglers are saying the bite hasn't shown up. Some flatfish in the low to mid 20" range were being caught at night. Water temp's are right, the time of the year is NOW but where are the flounder? One report was out of Hall's Bayou somewhere that there were a lot of flatfish caught in just a few minutes but were mostly the small males with the exception of 4 fish that were retained. If you have any reports of large flatties being caught using rod and reel in your area on a regular basis, let us know.


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Re: G-town Flounder Run [Re: V-Bottom] #12982840
12/03/18 12:12 AM
12/03/18 12:12 AM
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i've seen some good fish caught, but not many, certainly not what i'd call a run. all i've found is small male fish. fished the channel and all the mouths and passes where i've caught fish in previous years-----nada!


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Re: G-town Flounder Run [Re: V-Bottom] #12986406
12/06/18 02:10 AM
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7 Ft. from the Coast
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I was driving up 45 this past Sunday and saw a small 18-20 inch flounder caught from a bridge on the east side of the 45 frontage road. (Jones area). After the last two fronts, major drop in water temps and low tides, I was surprised to see a flounder caught that far back in the shallows.


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