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Flounder/Fluke Fishing

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Anybody have any good suggestions for flounder/fluke fishing from shore in R.I. this time

of year?

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Ive done a lot of fishing in RI. For fluke/flounder i usually use worms and try and find a hole usually an old boat ramp or landing the engines create a hole that more often than not holds fish. also structure but u have to watch out for scup if they are there move u won't catch anything else. if u do catch scup filet one and throw the filet on a big hook and let it drift from a pier. Stripers and blues love them. Also when the menhaden are in use a little piece of the tail on a jig and jig it along a sandy bottom.

good luck

P.S. where in RI are you fishing?

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