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Flounder gigging the surf #14077823 07/30/21 03:05 AM
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Has anyone done this in the past with success? I’m thinking the Freeport beaches look tempting. I have wanted to try it out but have always done back bays and “lakes”. Just thinking of mixing it up some but don’t want to waste a ton of time. Thanks and tight lines!

Re: Flounder gigging the surf [Re: jrsac] #14078249 07/30/21 03:35 PM
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I think theres probably less flouder in the surf at night since the water is moving quite a bit but it may be worth a try when its flat


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