Catching fluke might not be rocket science, but there is sound science behind it.
Late summer fluking can yield some of the biggest fish of the season, including some worthy of Dream Boat status.
When wind and tide conspire to sabotage your fluke catching efforts, trolling can help make things right.
It’s really cool being able to physically watch the entire process unfold as a fish eats my bucktail.
A quick look at back bay fluke tactics, the migration and the new science on summer flounder.
Scoring a true doormat fluke is the ultimate challenge for any serious fluke angler.
Young of the year bunker make their run towards the coast this month, and trophy fluke (and you) should be there.
If you’re traveling far and wide this month, you may be missing the very best of the season’s inside action.
With size limits for fluke likely pushing the 19-inch mark in some states this season, targeting bigger fluke with large strip baits from sea robins, bunker, bluefish, mackerel and squid make a lot of sense.
As we wait to learn our fluke fate this month, here are a few summer flounder tips to tide you over until the first tides of 2017.
Casting will expand your fluke fishing skills and put more fish in the cooler.