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Hi all,

With this nice weather I am ready to get the boat in and start floundering around. When does our season start and are there any new regs for tasty critter? Any one hear about the fluke regs? We should know soon on how they are going to put it to us this year but lets hope for the best.

bcmeyer

sorry fella's it should be flounder not founder

This message was edited by bcmeyer on 2-22-02 @ 5:46 PM
 

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Hey Spinfreak,
I bet you have a lot more clothes on then we do. We get to sneak in and out of little creeks and canals and we have clammers to follow who do a lot of bottom stirring for us. March is cold no matter where you go though. Keep us posted for the first keepers. Then we will be jealous of your early season. Good luck. :)

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Hey bcmeyer...
Great idea, I plan to take the cover off this weekend and scope out some flounder spots at Moriches the following weekend! I live in Centereach like you and trailer my 17'CC. Small world, maybe you are around the corner. Send me an email if you want to hookup.
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Sorry guys, but the REAL opening day for flounder in NY is Sunday (St. Flatties DAy) March 17, here is the link to the DEC's web site for saltwater fishhttp://www.dec.state.ny.us/website/dfwmr/marine/swflaws.htm
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Sorry guys, but the REAL opening day for flounder in NY is Sunday (St. Flatties DAy) March 17, here is the link to the DEC's web site for saltwater fishhttp://www.dec.state.ny.us/website/dfwmr/marine/swflaws.htm
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