In the heat of the day, target flounder

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By Jeffrey Weeks, Fishing Correspondent

Right now the fish being targeted the most by Brunswick County inshore anglers is the flounder. That is because during the heat of summer, flounder can often be caught during the day, unlike many fish such as speckled trout or redfish, which stage more of a morning or nighttime bite, if they bite at all.

You can catch flounder in the early morning or at night, but anglers casting to structures and points can score during the middle of hot days as well. On some hot summer days in the Carolinas, flounder fishing will be the only thing going on.

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