We caught up with a few flounder pounders that consistently bring flatfish to their kayaks. By following their advice, you can increase your success rate. […]
Jason Lewis and John Muller have been targeting flounder in the Lake Charles system for a few years and they are more than willing to give a few tips. […]
Starting in mid-October and peaking in November, saltwater fishermen enjoy some of the best fishing — then feasting — the coast has to offer in the Calcasieu Ship Channel along the western edge of Big Lake. […]
I’ve done a few flounder-gigging trips during my fishing career, but always on foot while walking across sandy shallows and carrying Coleman lanterns. That’s the old-school way of doing it, according to Marsh Man Masson […]
Karl Credeur wasn’t exactly enthusiastic when his girlfriend suggested they leave his camp and head out for a quick afternoon fishing trip in a drizzly rain on Pointe-aux-Chenes Wildlife Management Area last month.
Although the weir on Island Drive is one of his main fall-back options, Ty Hibbs actually prefers fishing a few of the other Pointe-aux-Chenes Wildlife Management Area weirs and bayous because they — in his estimation — actually offer a little bit better fishing.
If Ray Scott had been a flounder fanatic rather than a bass buff, I would have signed up as his first lifetime member of Flounder Masters and granted him easy access to my coffers.
I mean, bass are cool and all, but they’ve got nothing on flounder.
Capt. Paul Davidson Jr. knew exactly where to go last week on Big Lake. Slowing down the boat, he neared a break in the nearby ship channel during an outgoing tide.
Having set anchor in about 4 feet of water downcurrent of his chosen location,the fishing guide cast out a spinnerbait and began slowly rolling it along the bottom.
“The bait got thumped hard, and I set the hook,” Davidson said. […]
It’s the time of the year again for some scrumptious, tasty slabs of fillets – and lots of them!
Craig Vidrine of Opelousas had a twinkle in his eye when he said to me, “I know where we can get into the flounder.” […]