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Flagler - Snook, Red, Flounder

Discussion in 'Members Fishing and Shrimping Videos' started by mak, Nov 4, 2020.


  1. mak

    mak Moderator on Deck Staff Member
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  2. robthetimekeeper

    robthetimekeeper First Mate

    Awesome video!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  3. 311sarge

    311sarge Deckhand

    Looks like you have found your own little honey hole.. Great vid.
     
  4. mkyota1

    mkyota1 Sailing Master

    I love those slick calm backwaters. It has been a few years since I have fished them though. Great video. Thanks for sharing.
     
  5. flrockytop

    flrockytop Pirate

    Nice video. My wife will take that flounder.
     
  6. mak

    mak Moderator on Deck Staff Member
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    One of my favorites too, especially since I finally got the hang of filleting them...
     
  7. flrockytop

    flrockytop Pirate

    I'm going to be in the Boynton beach are sometime between now and the end of December. Is there any snook fishing there? I've never caught one and never eaten one and its on my bucket list. I'm getting old so time is getting short.
     
  8. mak

    mak Moderator on Deck Staff Member
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    Season closes Dec 15 I think, so eating one may be off the table. They have a crazy slot too. Can only keep one 28-32” during the seasons.
    The further south you get from St Augustine, the more Snook you will find. They can be found inshore in and around the Intracoastal and will venture far up the rivers and can tolerate fresh water. They will seek warmer water in the winter and are very temperature sensitive. 20-30 years ago you didn’t really find them this far north where I’m at, at least from what I’ve heard. They like to hang around ambush points like docks and in residential canals, around bridges, pilings, next to Mangroves, etc. Also are nearshore and are caught off the beaches at certain times of the year, on the bottom in deeper holes not far offshore, etc.
     
  9. mak

    mak Moderator on Deck Staff Member
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    Saw this from another fisherman in May. 38” snook next to Boynton inlet on 6” paddle-tail.
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  10. Chum Bucket

    Chum Bucket Newbie

    Nice snook was that taken surf fishing?
     
  11. mak

    mak Moderator on Deck Staff Member
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    That’s what his post said. Not much other info.
     
  12. Jeepster

    Jeepster Rigger

  13. mak

    mak Moderator on Deck Staff Member
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    Yeah, right. Legendary for spending so much time on the water and so few fish to show for it Scratchhead1::1
    Got skunked this morning but about to go try it one more time...
    At least I am doing much better than how I did the first year we were here. But then there was nowhere to go but up from there...
     
  14. JBF

    JBF Cabin Boy

    Hot dog, you had me at flounder
     
  15. DipShrimp

    DipShrimp Pirate

    Outstanding video! Doesn't get any better!
     

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