I left the dock early in the am with the Woodall crew onboard and we were'nt sure whether to hit the ocean or stay inside due to the wind forecast.... But, with winds only 10mph and seas only 2 to 3ft we decided to break the inlet and look for early season Summer Flounder. turns out the winds didn't pick up until noon and we spent most of the day moving from spot to spot, bouncing our Gulp baits on top of our flat friends in 45 to 60ft of water. Wound up landing about 26 Flounder with 16 very nice size keepers... most were between 2 and 3lbs with a few over 3lbs and the largest went to Charles today with a Citation Flounder at 5lbs 5 1/2oz. We picked up a few Seabass to mix in and even saw 11 Sunfish today from 300lbs to 400lbs... One skyed across our bow missing our trolling motor by less than 10ft! Great Job Guys!
-Capt. Jeff Cronk
Ranger/Yamaha/Berkley Pro Staff
Co Host of Carolina Fishing TV