When you go hunting for flounders outside of the” fall work ,” when a lot of bass are migrating out through streams to the Gulf of Mexico, it can be extremely difficult.
Although the Flounder mark is often mentioned, it has always been a defining feature of my fish teachings.
Square clay boils are a key indicator to look for when looking for flounder in deep marsh. When fish walk off the base to hit close to the surface in the deep, muddy waters we have on the Upper Coast of Texas and in Louisiana, they frequently leave completely round dirt boils. These are typically signs of fish if you see them.
On the top of roseau wood during high tides, there is giving activity, which is another indication.
Some bay shorelines are covered in roseau wood, and during high tides, flounder will congregate there to feed on baitfish that are tucked away in the root system. In these places, the first minute of a receding sea can be very important.
Although they are a little more strange, my favourite flounder signs are amazing, so I’ve included them in my newest podcast segment. You can subscribe using the player that is below. This is only a four-minute talk, but if you enjoy flounder fishing, you shouldn’t lose it.