When do the Flounder start in Chincoteague?
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    Question When do the Flounder start in Chincoteague?

    I have always started in Wachapreague early. I have a place to stay in Chincoteague this year and was wondering when the flounder start to run. Anyone have any suggestions. Thanks in advance.

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    Have always heard that it's about two weeks after Wachapreague. If you get down there early, let us know what's happening

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    April is typically the start of the season.

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    The "run" is usually two weeks behind Wach. We start picking at them when the water temps get to 50*.

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    If the temps never get down to 50 is the “run” already on??

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    Good point, the temps in the bay Sunday were at 55*. And yes, a few flounder are still being caught.

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    March 17th

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    Quote Originally Posted by racn35 View Post
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    Default flounder aplenty

    We have hooked several good sized flounder already this year and they tasted delicious. I caught a 21" and a 24". just past the high rise.

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