I wasn't really expecting to fish today, but got a call from my neighbor, Tom and he wanted to try for some flatfish...sounds good to me. We left Little Creek around 1030 and caught the last of the flood tide near the curve at the CBBT. It was ALL YOU WANTED...sharks that is. As the afternoon wore on and the tide started to ebb a little stronger the bite started. First a single here and there then two at a time. It was a good bite from about 200 until 400 then it shut down. We managed 9 fish with 2 keepers up to 21.5".
Baits were standard flounder bucktail rigs with squid strips in white and chartreuse and also caught a couple on a naked hook w/squid strip. We were ocean side of the curve, water temp was 46.5 and the best depth seemed to be around 33'.
Sure was fun settin' the hook into a few flatties this afternoon...looking forward to dinner. Thanks, Tom for the trip!!